It's hard to tell whether I will lose some followers on this one, just because of how complicated this journey is getting. So I left off on part 1 telling you that my 1) entyvio infusions were being moved from 8 weeks to every 4 weeks 2) Im due to meet my Endo specialist and … Continue reading Listening to my body – part 2
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?
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
Undiagnosed abdominal pain I dont know how to begin this blog article other than to really start at the beginning of this journey. I thought for sure this wouldnt be worthy of an article as I just assumed this pain would go away through a fart, or a bowel movement, or maybe by way of … Continue reading My abdomen is not happy
Inducing a menstrual period with Visanne Here is a new one ladies - so I had my follow up with the Endo surgeon several (like 9) weeks after my excision surgery. She surprised me with an internal ultrasound (yay me!!) to see if the spots she worked on were healing well. The ovarian suspension looked … Continue reading A period after 8 months
Symptoms from Endometriosis and Ulcerative Colitis I feel like my endo and my UC have been doing the tango, competing for first prize. On days when my UC tends to be on the quiet side, my endo craves to steal the scene and do a few painful twirls on my diaphragm. Then they swap back … Continue reading The Tango Between Two Diseases
Skipping Menstrual Periods Because of Endometrial Pain After seeing an Endometriosis specialist in July, it was clear that my pain pathway was undeniable, and that the endometriosis was in fact back with a vengeance. Not only is my endo on both tubes, but the left tube is so sticky that is affecting my left sciatic … Continue reading Skipping my period – the journey