The groundbreaking book on endometriosis and pelvic pain by an internationally renowned specialist. A must-read book for women and physicians.

Endometriosis book

Stop Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain
What Every Woman and Her Doctor Need to Know
by Andrew S. Cook, MD, FACOG

“I’m writing this book for women who have endometriosis, to help you realize you’re not alone, and, above all, to offer hope.”

—Andrew S. Cook, MD, FACOG

More than 176 million women worldwide suffer from endometriosis—an excruciatingly painful, devastating, debilitating disease most doctors don’t understand, or know how to treat effectively. Endometriosis is a disease whereby the inside lining of the uterus—the endometrium—somehow migrates outside the uterus to anywhere in the pelvic cavity, where it implants and grows. It can also cause scarring and infertility.

For endometriosis sufferers it’s as if the entire pelvis is covered with hundreds of incredibly painful blisters. At best, this leads to intense short-term discomfort and frustration, at worst to years of agony and despair. Endometriosis can ruin quality of life—harming family relationships, impacting friendships, damaging careers, and straining marriages.

Good news at last for women and their doctors.

There is very good news, because now there is hope—effective new treatments that manage or eliminate pain and allow women the opportunity to regain the dynamic life they once knew. This book will help you to better understand this disease and learn how to find and build a special relationship with the right doctor. Take the first step on your road to recovery and purchase this breakthrough new book by one of the world’s leading pelvic pain and endometriosis specialists. It will help guide you in your journey to recover your health.

Written in straightforward language,  the Stop Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain book is easy to read, yet filled with the detailed medical information that will help both you and your physician better understand this disease. This book is a comprehensive resource that can help you:

  • Learn how to know if you have endometriosis.
  • Learn about what it really means to have endometriosis and why it’s hard to find good care.
  • Learn why the treatment of endometriosis should be a medical sub-specialty.
  • Understand why some women are more susceptible than others.
  • Learn about the mysteries, myths, and misdiagnosis of endometriosis.
  • Better understand how to manage the challenges of living with endometriosis.
  • Learn self-help strategies for dealing with endometriosis and pelvic pain.
  • Find the right medical specialist.

With more than 200 pages of informative, insightful, invaluable information on endometriosis and pelvic pain, this book will provide you with everything you and your doctor need to know.

Book reviews

“In Stop Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain, Dr. Andrew Cook shows exactly why so many women are improperly treated and left to suffer and why his rate of success is so high. Dr. Cook has the knowledge, curiosity, and determination required to truly resolve a complicated and debilitating disease.”
— Joseph Keon PhD, Author of Whitewash

“Stop Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain is the single most accurate and helpful guide available for dealing effectively with this common problem. Bravo, Dr. Cook!”
— Christiane Northrup MD, OB/GYN physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers: Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopauseh

One of many left on our Facebook fan page – “I read Dr Cook’s book. It’s an incredible book on what a women put on with when dealing with pelvic pain and endometriosis. I can not thank Dr Cook enough for placing this book out there for people to read and gain some understanding when it comes to this disease. There needs to be more information  so women do not feel like they are going crazy and no one will listen to them. Thank you Dr Cook for helping me when no one else would. The book is an easy read  in layman terms that a husband, or other family member would understand. Dr Cook is my angel. – Diane Wellmeier Grant, Endometriosis sufferer

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