Often referred to as Endometriosis’ brother or cousin, this again is another gynaecology condition with limited treatment and managements. Adenomyosis, similar to Endometriosis, is when endometrial growths and tissue begins to grow and attach itself to the myometrium – the thick, muscular layer of the uterus (basically a fancy name for Endometriosis of the uterus). […]Read More THIS WEEKS FEATURE: What is Adenomyosis?
There probably will come a point in your chronic pain journey where you are either finding pain relief ineffective or the side effects from the strong stuff unpleasant, and you are advised to look to alternative forms of pain relief. Now, the words “alternative forms of pain relief” might get you feeling anxious because it […]Read More CHRONIC PAIN AWARENESS MONTH: Alternative Forms of Pain Relief
On 26th July 2018, I married my best friend, my soul mate and life partner. It really was the best day of my life and I would do it all over again if I had the chance. We had a very intimate church service of just under 50 guests, in a petite little village church […]Read More WEEKEND WRITE: Preparing For My Wedding Day!
A&E. The emergency department. ER. Whatever you call it, it is the same wherever you go – the place for accidents, emergencies and life-threatening situations. A noisy and frightening department where the value of life is suddenly realised to be incredibly important and the healthcare professionals working in it do everything they can to save […]Read More The Problem With A&E…
About a week or so ago I reached out to my wonderful followers on Instagram to get their answers to two questions that I think are really important when you are trying raise awareness among both the spoonie and non-spoonie community. What I wanted to know was what had living with a chronic illness taught […]Read More Life with Chronic Illness: What Has it Taught Us?
As September is only 2 days away, here’s the heads up as to what that month brings. September is pain awareness month (acute and chronic), as well as interstitial cystitis awareness month – a busy time for raising awareness and sharing support! Here on Endo Bunny I will be releasing frequent articles on both topics, […]Read More September is a Busy Awareness Month
You may have started reading this article thinking that I must be mad, or you may be reading this article because you feel the same way. The endless list of side effects, the chance they may not work and that constant word “addiction” that floats around. Yep, I’m talking about pain relief. Pain relief, pain […]Read More Time to be Honest: Pain Medication Scares Me