Endometriosis support organisation, QENDO, have launched their long-awaited QENDO app to support Endometriosis sufferers with their health journey.
Endometriosis is a progressive, chronic condition where cells similar to those that line the uterus grow in other parts of the body, and can cause immense pain, heavy bleeding and infertility.
The brand-new app will enable Endometriosis sufferers, and those that care for them, to actively track, journal and share their journey, using a range of health indicators and variables.
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QENDO President, Jessica Taylor, says the app aspires to empower those with Endometriosis.
“This app works to empower those with Endometriosis by providing them a tool whereby they can manage their own care, communicate with others around them and share their experiences with their care network,” Jessica says.
From recording anecdote preferences to monitoring pain and blood-flow and uploading daily activities, the QENDO app will provide peer-to-peer connection for anyone suffering from Endometriosis.
While an estimated 176 million women worldwide currently suffer from Endometriosis, there is no cure for the condition.
The QENDO app is available for immediate download from the App Store and Google Play Store.