This article comes with a trigger warning. The second trimester of my pregnancy has continued to be quite tough, although rewarding - we have gotten to see our baby on a lot of scans and watch it grow, and start to feel it moving. We were still getting over the shock of me managing to… Continue reading The Second Trimester of Pregnancy (Weeks 13-28)
This article has been written by my lovely friend Libby. You may recognise her from her previous article which focussed on sex - you can read it here. NSFW How to feel sexy with a chronic illness? Yes it’s possible! Hello again, it’s Libby talking about sex again. I feel like sex is such an… Continue reading How to Feel Sexy with a Chronic Illness
I have been lucky enough to be nominated for the "Disability Blogger Award" by my lovely friend and fellow blogger Jordyn. So I owe her a massive thank you! If you want to know more about her, the link to her excellent blog is here, and her equally excellent Instagram page is here. The "Disability… Continue reading I’ve Been Nominated for the “Disability Blogger Award”!
Trigger warning: mention of pregnancy. As I am close to entering my third trimester, my husband and I have found that being pregnant whilst living with and trying to manage other health conditions something that has been a definite challenge, but also provided us with some positives - the main one being just how well… Continue reading Managing Long-Term Illness(es) Whilst Pregnant
Those of us with chronic illnesses or symptoms that are not yet diagnosed know how hard it is to find a healthcare professional (or even a family member, friend or colleague) who will take you seriously. We'll have often gone through a string of doctors just trying to find the one that will listen and… Continue reading The Art of Being Taken Seriously
This article comes with a trigger warning. The first trimester of pregnancy was definitely the hardest - the emotions, physical symptoms and general uncertainty made for a bumpy ride! I was definitely not prepared for those first 12 weeks, but the fact I was actually pregnant did make up for it! I found out I… Continue reading The First Trimester of Pregnancy (Weeks 1-12)
The following information has been provided by Mr William Dartey, consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecology surgeon. I am lucky enough to work with Mr Dartey, who not only plays a pivotal role in the diagnosis and management of Endometriosis with his patients, but has also helped me with my gynaecology care. For more information about Mr… Continue reading GUEST WRITER: The UK Management of Adenomyosis: A Specialists Perspective
The following information has been provided by Mr William Dartey, consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecology surgeon. I am lucky enough to work with Mr Dartey, who not only plays a pivotal role in the diagnosis and management of Endometriosis with his patients, but has also helped me with my gynaecology care. For more information about Mr… Continue reading GUEST WRITER: The UK Management of Endometriosis: A Specialists Perspective
If you've been following @endobunny on Instagram, you will have seen me participate in two challenges for Endometriosis Awareness Month. The whole of March is dedicated to raising awareness for Endometriosis (and April is dedicated to Adenomyosis), and so many fellow Endo sufferers on social media were spreading awareness daily, created their own challenges or… Continue reading March was Endometriosis Awareness Month
For those of you who are regulars here at Endo Bunny, you've probably noticed the lack of posts over the last couple of months. I've spent some time in hospital, back and fourth to the hospital and catching several bugs and viruses along the way, and for those of you who follow Endo Bunny's Instagram… Continue reading AN EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT!