Endometriosis · Guest Writers

GUEST WRITER: My Relationship with Endometriosis – I Had a Hysterectomy at 32

This article was written by the wonderful Lo-Arna. My feelings toward Endometriosis change all the time, but lately I’m on a positivity kick, even though I am currently the most ill I have ever been. I’ve decided to focus on the good it’s brought me. I actually wouldn’t be who I am today without it.… Continue reading GUEST WRITER: My Relationship with Endometriosis – I Had a Hysterectomy at 32

Endometriosis · Surgery

Things No One Tells You About Recovery

I'm just over 1 week post-op from an emergency operation that whilst it wasn't specifically for my Endometriosis, it was a similar style of surgery.  And things really suck. The vast majority of people with Endometriosis will have undergone at least one operation in their life-time, so will have experienced similar to me (of course,… Continue reading Things No One Tells You About Recovery

Endometriosis · Guest Writers · Life

GUEST WRITER: Parenting with Endometriosis

This is a special post written by my friend Vicki.   I’ve suffered from a condition called Endometriosis since my teenage years. It’s a disease that affects 1 in 10 women and, in very simple terms, means that tissue usually contained inside the uterus grows outside and can cause bleeding, inflammation, infection and pain.  I have… Continue reading GUEST WRITER: Parenting with Endometriosis

Endometriosis · Social

Sharing on Social Media – It’s NOT For Attention

Contrary to public opinion, sharing aspects of my health on my personal social media platforms is not for attention.  I can't believe I even have to justify that, but I'm sure we all know that one person who criticizes us, says things behind our back or just give us that impression when we end up bumping into them. The… Continue reading Sharing on Social Media – It’s NOT For Attention