Endometriosis symptom’s checklist

Endometriosis is prevalent, debilitating and impacts work and family life1-3. Beyond the physical suffering, there are also significant emotional and psychological health impacts4,5,6,7.When symptoms appear, they shouldn’t be ignored, and support should be sought quickly.

Please take some time to complete the short questionnaire below to help find out if you have symptoms that may be associated with endometriosis. Please select the response to every statement that applies to you currently.

You may be experiencing symptoms of endometriosis and may need to see your health care provider.
Even if you answered “No” to all the statements, you may have endometriosis. You may still need to talk to your healthcare provider about your symptoms and concerns.


  1. Zondervan KT, Becker MB, Missmer SA, et al. Endometriosis. N Engl J Med. 2020;382:1244–1256.
  2. Bernuit D, Ebert AD, Halis G, et al. Female perspectives on endometriosis: findings from the uterine bleeding and pain women’s research study. J Endometr. 2011;3(2):73–85.
  3. European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. Endometriosis Guideline of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. 2022
  4. Grogan S, Turley E, Cole J. ‘So many women suffer in silence’: a thematic analysis of women’s written accounts of coping with endometriosis. Psychol Health. 2018;33(11):1364-1378.
  5. Moradi M, Parker M, Sneddon A, Lopez V, Ellwood D. Impact of endometriosis on women’s lives: a qualitative study. BMC Womens Health. 2014;14:123.
  6. Nnoaham KE, Hummelshoj L, Webster P, et al. Impact of endometriosis on quality of life and work productivity: a multicenter study across ten countries. Fertil Steril. 2011;96(2):366-373.e8.
  7. Culley L, Law C, Hudson N, et al. The social and psychological impact of endometriosis on women’s lives: a critical narrative review. Hum Reprod Update. 2013;19(6):625-639.