Lupron Therapy for Endometriosis I am utterly frustrated with myself because leading up to this blog article I have been able to convey information with an unbiased perspective, articulate both negative and positive outcomes of research, and have educated those who are less informed than I am. But this next article I have to write, … Continue reading I tried to be nice
Why we need to listen to our bowel symptomsSo many young women have approached me about endometriosis - and its related symptoms - to help determine if they have the disease. Because of their age, the vast majority have been told by their doctors that it is likely they have endometriosis but it has not … Continue reading Periods and Poop
The meaning behind the logo For the last 20 years I have been trying to better understand and 'treat' my endometriosis with surgeries, birth control pills and pain medications. In the latter years I started to get wiser about the effects of nutrition and thus started to explore dietary solutions to mitigate the symptoms associated … Continue reading The Reuleaux of my health
Back in 2012 when I had my first surgery to diagnose and treat endometriosis, my surgeon was able to ablate the lesions from my Fallopian tubes, but he was not comfortable working with the lesions on my bladder. For five years these implants continued to grow and spread, until my recent surgery in 2018 where … Continue reading Is it rare or medium rare?
A big decision whether to begin Lupron injections Im not sure why I thought I would be able to go to sleep tonight without writing this blog. So much has happened today and while in part this is to help others struggling through this big decision, this is also here to help me disseminate all … Continue reading To Lupron or not to Lupron
Why so many of us dont want to talk about Endometriosis I really hesitated in writing this article for fear that there might be backlash. But I have discovered recently that the more I am honest with my posts, the more people are speaking out. So with the risk of making some of you angry, … Continue reading What does my child have to do with this?
Lets talk about what endometriosis really is. I, like many of my endo sisters, try to avoid talking about endometriosis because we would have to first explain periods, the vagina, and other taboo topics. But what if everything was fair game? What if I just put it out there, and let people decide how they … Continue reading What I would say if everything was fair game
Working on you, when you are ready I refuse to be called a millennial and in the grand scheme of things I dont think Im that stubborn. But I have noticed a trend in my life: that I can only do things when I am ready. For instance, when I was 12 years old my … Continue reading Dont tell me what to do
The Support Network of Spoonies It has been 23 days of constant (chronic pain) and sadly I dont see a light at the end of the tunnel yet. I am trying my very best to live, and breathe and be positive but some days are better than others. To say the least I have been … Continue reading My new sistas!
Between Ulcerative Colitis and Endometriosis Where did I leave off? Oh yes. So I kept you hanging with the MRI results, and still no word from either doctor. On Monday morning I called to make an appointment with both my GI and my endo specialist. My GI had just returned from holidays and I was … Continue reading A pendulum between two diseases