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Men living with endometriosis: perceptions and experiences of male partners of women with the condition
Abstract details Submitter: Dr. Nicky Hudson De Montfort University Hawthorn Building, The Gateway Leicester Leicester LE1 9BH United Kingdom Authors: N. Hudson1, L. Culley1, H. Mitchell1, C. Law1, E. Denny2, ...
A qualitative study of the impact of endometriosis on male partners
(Oxford University Press, 2017-06-29)
STUDY QUESTION What is the impact of endometriosis on male partners of women with the condition? SUMMARY ANSWER Endometriosis significantly impacts men across several life domains and can negatively impact emotional ...
Pain management decisions amongst couples living with endometriosis
http://www.eel-congress.de/ Title: Pain management decisions amongst couples living with endometriosis Authors: Culley, L, Hudson, N, Law, C, Denny, E, Mitchell, H, Baumgarten, M and Raine-Fenning, N. Question: While ...
Gender differences in the emotional impact of living with endometriosis
Problem statement While there is evidence of a negative socio-psychological impact on women, little is known about how couples experience living with the common, chronic condition endometriosis. In particular there is a ...
Men, gender and endometriosis: accounts of chronic illness from the ‘well’ partner
Endometriosis is a relatively common gynaecological condition affecting up to 2 million women in the UK alone. Common symptoms are chronic pelvic pain, fatigue, heavy painful periods, and a deep pain experienced during ...
Disrupted reproduction: the impact of endometriosis on couples’ plans for childbearing
Objective Little is known about how couples experience living with the common, chronic condition endometriosis and in particular how the uncertain relationship between endometriosis and fertility impacts on plans for ...
‘We needed to change the mission statement of the marriage’: biographical disruptions, appraisals and revisions among couples living with endometriosis
The concept of biographical disruption has been widely applied in sociological explorations of chronic illness and has been subject to much theoretical scrutiny, reflection and development. However, little attention has ...
Men and delayed parenthood: a qualitative study of men’s views regarding the ‘right time’ to have children
The age at which people are becoming parenting has increased over recent decades. The average age of first-time mothers has risen from 27.3 in 2006 to 28.8 years in 2016; and while corresponding data on the average age of ...
Critical Studies of Men and Masculinities (CSM) and reproduction research with men: rationale, limitations and opportunities’
Reproductive timing is a topic of growing interest within social science research. However, the majority of research to date has been conducted with women; this overemphasises female responsibility and implicates women’s ...
The North West Further Education Project: The Mental Health and Well-being of Learners aged 14-19
(Leicester: NIACE, 2009)