Living Happily After My Loss
I struggled to live in a new country after having been in Mexico due to leaving my family and friends behind. All my life, I was living with endometrial pain, but when I arrived in Arizona, my gynecologist did some tests and told me that I had a big ball which meant they would have to remove one of my ovaries. Believe me or not, it's difficult when it come to terms of losing one of your organs.
Endometriosis is an Uphill Battle
I was first diagnosed with Endometriosis about a year ago. I went to the Doctor because I had been dealing with INCREDIBLE pains.
Surgery Didn’t Cure My Endo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j655EvV8JuY Would you consider Hysterectomy if it can help with your Endo? Tell us in the Comments and Share the Blog to Raise Awareness!
Endometriosis: My Invisible Enemy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhBQfvunuUo How did Endometriosis affect your life? Tell us in the comments on the Blog and Share the Blog to Raise Awareness!
Top 3 Endometriosis Memes
Which one is your Favorite? Tell us in the Comments!
What Happens when Medicine Isn’t Enough?
Recently, a great discussion happened in our Endometriosis Group: “Are there any natural remedies that help you cope with Endo?” Many women chimed in with...
My Struggle with Endo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDsvAP0NNzE What was your biggest Struggle with Endo? Watch the Video, Comment to show your Support and Share if you can Relate.
Endometriosis – The “Invisible Disease”
We need to find a way to make people more aware of this disease that affects so many of us women. I just want to let all you beautiful endo warriors out there know - you are not alone! We are strong and beating and brave and we got this! JUST BECAUSE YOU CANNOT SEE IT DOES NOT MEAN IT IS NOT REAL!