When endometriosis is misunderstood as routine menstrual pain, women don’t get the disease-specific treatment they need.
40% of women with endometriosis are infertile, and the disease can lead to implantation failure. Diagnosis is required for correction.
On average, it takes more than 5 separate MDs and 10 years to receive a correct diagnosis.
Access results online that can help physicians and patients determine the best way forward in treating endometriosis.
Order your saliva test kit for delivery right to your doorstep or provide a saliva sample at your physician's office.
Sign up for ongoing monitoring to track response to treatment and the progression of endometriosis over time.
“With diagnostic biomarkers for endometriosis, the estimated 1 in 10 women affected by the disease could receive a correct diagnosis upon their first appointments with physicians.”
“In the U.S., it takes an average of 11 years for a woman with endometriosis to receive a correct diagnosis. [DotLab] wants to change that.”
“If I had been diagnosed [earlier] at 20, or 25, the quality of my life would have been drastically different.”Padma Lakshmi, Huffington Post
“It's important to raise awareness about [endometriosis] so you don't have to suffer and go through debilitating pain for years.”Julianne Hough, Huffington Post
December 12, 2017
Technology for Precision Health Summit Presented by Health 2.0
October 31, 2017
American Society of Reproductive MedicineScientific Congress & Expo
October 10, 2017
Prospective study results will be presented at 2017 American Society of Reproductive Medicine Scientific Congress and Expo.