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Raising awareness about endometriosis in the Greater Houston area.


The Endometriosis Foundation of Houston's (EFHou) Rethink Endo initiative serves our community in new ways by focusing on one goal: Break the Cycle.


We will raise awareness by: 

  1. Debunking the myths of endometriosis; and

  2. Encouraging individuals to be more open about their symptoms

Help us raise awareness by joining our community. Follow us on social media, and then share our info with everyone you know. Attend one of our monthly social events and meet one of the thousands of individuals affected by this disease. Consider donating your time or money to EFHou. Together, we can Rethink Endo!

Despite global awareness efforts, we still see too many medical students graduating today who know very little about endometriosis. Since endometriosis is a common, whole-body chronic disease, which can affect many parts of the body besides the reproductive tract, all disciplines of medicine must be taught to recognize potential symptoms & refer patients to a specialist when endometriosis and/or adenomyosis is suspected.

Dr. Camran Nezhat

Founder, Worldwide Endomarch

Make a Change

Empower the
Greater Houston Area Community


  • May 07, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CDT
    Do you have any questions or want to learn more about EFHou's PFPT Scholarship application? Join us on Sunday, May 7th at 6pm for a Q&A session with Alison and Etni.
  • Apr 01, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
    Walking Stick Brewing Co. , 956 Judiway St, Houston, TX 77018, USA
    Meet authors Tracey Lindeman (BLEED: Destroying Myths and Misogyny in Endometriosis Care) and Torie Jean (Finding Gene Kelly) and endo activist Alison Landolt (president and co-founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of Houston) at Walking Stick Brewing Co.
  • Mar 04, 1:00 PM
    Cullen Auditorium, 1 Baylor Plaza, Houston, TX 77030, USA
    We are starting 2023 off with a bang and are excited to announce our partnership with Baylor College of Medicine BCM Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology to bring a screening of the endometriosis documentary "Below the Belt" Film Screening and Panel Discussion to Houston on March 4!
  • Feb 18, 2:00 PM CST
    Spring Street Bar & Social Garden, 1920 Houston Ave, Houston, TX 77007, USA
    t's our first in-person commHounity event since Covid! Come join us and meet members of the endo community! Here's your chance to meet other fellow friENDOs at one of Houston's favorite neighborhood patios! Feel feel to come alone or bring your support network.
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