Project Endo: the endo warrior’s guide to living and winning with endometriosis
10/30/2012

Jo Gifford has founded Project Endo. Project Endo is a website, daily email and digital support via social media for thousands of women globally. It will provide 360 degree support and education for endometriosis sufferers, with a specific focus on digital delivery.

Online PR News – 30-October-2012 – Cambridge – Jo Gifford, designer, writer, blogger and long term endometriosis sufferer, has founded Project Endo. Project Endo is a website, daily email and digital support via social media for thousands of women globally. It will provide 360 degree support and education for endometriosis sufferers, with a specific focus on digital delivery.

Jo says, “Project Endo came into being from the reception I had via my blog, Dexterous Diva, on which I have been vocal about living with endometriosis and how it affects my life. I realised I can support and help others by providing information and coping strategies with input from experts. We deliver support via Twitter, Facebook, our website, a daily email delivery, and also have presence on Soundcloud and Youtube. We have many exciting plans to empower and enable endo warriors in well-being, employment and confidence coaching as well as nutritional and holistic information.

Project Endo is in it’s infancy, but already has a huge global audience reacting favourably to the service.”

Website: www.projectendo.com
Twitter: @project_endo
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectendom

Definition ( via Endometriosis UK)
Endometriosis (pronounced end - oh – mee – tree – oh – sis) is the name given to the condition where cells like the ones in the lining of the womb (uterus) are found elsewhere in the body.

Endometriosis affects approximately 2 million women in the UK. It can be a chronic and debilitating condition. Endometriosis can impact on a woman’s life in a number of ways which include:
Chronic pain
Fatigue/lack of energy
Depression/isolation
Problems with a couple’s sex life/relationships
An inability to conceive
Difficulty in fulfilling work and social commitments.

Please contact Jo for interviews, quotes and more information on jo.jogifford@gmail.com, follow her on Twitter @dexdiva and via her blog Dexterous Diva