15 public communities
Endometriosis New Zealand is New Zealand’s national endometriosis organisation and has affiliated Support Networks throughout the country. We represent the tens of thousands of girls and women with endometriosis in New Zealand and we work with those who treat the condition and researchers to find solutions. We provide unique and professional services and programs to reach individuals, communities, schools, workplaces and all stakeholders involved in improving health outcomes for those with endometriosis and persistent pelvic pain.
Women With Endometriosis is a aspiring charity which provides support services, reliable information and a community for those affected by endometriosis. We encourage users to familiarise themselves with our code of conduct, this can be found by scrolling to the bottom of our home page via our website.
This forum is for the discussion of all men's health questions except for those about the penis. --- One man in five dies before the age of 65. Together we can change that. The Men's Health Forum is a charity that works to improve the health of men and boys. Through our advice, research and campaigning we aim to reduce the tragic deaths of men and boys who simply die too young because of preventable health problems. This community is to discuss men's health generally. If you have a specific medical query go to manmot.co.uk. The Men's Health Forum (England and Wales) is a registered charity (No 1087375).
This is a place to talk about women's health topics, from motherhood to menopause. Whether you've come here to learn about endometriosis, discuss your own experiences of birth or have questions about fibroids, this is a safe space to share experiences, issues and campaigns in women's health! This community is led by Wellbeing of Women, the women's health research charity.
Anxiety Support helps people with general anxiety and anxiety from health related reasons. Facilitated by Malecare, one of the world's leading patient support nonprofit organizations. Our group provides a sense of belonging with others in similar situations and to be able to chat and learn with a community of like minds. Members here have a wide range of different experiences and backgrounds. Anyone needing in-person or immediate help or support from a patient organization can choose from the list of resources in the pinned post in the right hand column on the posts/home page.
Welcome to AFMCG community! :) Here you can share your experiences about living with Fibromyalgia & M.E in a non-judgemental friendly environment. AFMCG members can be from all over UK, the world however the group was initially founded for a place in Hampshire called Andover, The philosophy of the group to treat one another with respect & understanding focusing on bringing the FMS/ME community together to provide support for one another. We aim to post relevant information or signpost members to other organisations that may give the appropriate advice. We are passionate about raising awareness & often post relevant campaigns to help spread the word including petitions. To find out more please visit www.afmcg.org. Please can we kindly ask you adhere to the guidelines to make the community a supportive place for one & all. Any questions please contact our Volunteer Admin via the private message facility or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fibro Friends WSM is registered with the Fibroduck Foundation Our aim is to reach out to others in the area with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue and Similar Conditions. We run Regular Coffee Mornings and Meetings and occasionally invite guest speakers to come along and talk to us, to help us have better understanding of our conditions and how to manage them. We Meet Twice a Month: On The Second and Last Tuesday Every Month At 11am 1 in 4 People 39 Oxford Street. Weston Super Mare