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DotLabTM is a women’s healthcare technology company bringing you DotEndoTM, a breakthrough, non-invasive, blood test that aids in the diagnosis of active endometriosis.

DotLab | Real Patients with Endometriosis

Today, 1 in 10 women and people with menstrual cycles suffer from endometriosis1

But an endometriosis diagnosis can take up to ten years. That’s because painful periods have been normalized for far too long and there aren’t enough tools to catch the disease early2.

DotEndo is coming soon.

With DotEndo, we're filling a diagnostic gap that is over a century old. DotEndo measures biomarkers in the blood to identify active endometriosis across all stages of the disease, regardless of hormones, cycle, or symptoms.

Advanced

DotEndo works by measuring biomarkers in the blood and applying biostatistics to identify endometriosis.

Non-Invasive

DotEndo is a non-invasive test that only requires a blood draw.

Actionable

DotEndo can provide answers earlier to help speed up the diagnostic journey – preventing disease progression by beginning treatment sooner.

Clarifying

DotEndo can help take the guesswork out of unexplained infertility by identifying if endometriosis is a cause of fertility-related issues.

The DotEndo test is coming soon. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know when the test becomes available.

DotLab | Real Patients with Endometriosis

Without a test, the path to getting diagnosed can be a very long one. Today, the average delay in diagnosis is ten years and involves many changes in doctors. Get diagnosed earlier so you can get the care you need!

Hayley, real patient

DotLab | Real Patients with Endometriosis

At age 27, I underwent surgery to finally receive an endometriosis diagnosis, but I suffered from the disease for many years before that.

Julia, real patient

DotLab | Real Patients with Endometriosis

So many women out there remain undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, but endometriosis is the cause of over 50% of unexplained infertility. Today’s standard, laparoscopic surgery, hasn’t improved in 100 years!

Sofia, real patient

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