Endometriosis Awareness Month: How I Have Dealt With Evil Endo …

I have been raising awareness of Endometriosis for just over nine years after being officially diagnosed with the enervating condition in January 2015. It wasn’t really talked about back then. I hadn’t even heard of Endometriosis until I was undergoing the op. All I remember was having debilitating periods for most of my later youth years into my early twenties. Fast…

Continuing To Raise Awareness For Endometriosis

I try to raise awareness about Endometriosis every March, and apologies that I’m a little (ok, a lot) late this year. Truthfully, it doesn’t matter which month you raise awareness for a chronic illness. I’ve shared a portion through-out the past eight or so years, so I feel I’m some-what doing my bit.  For those who don’t know my back…

Finding Out I Have Endometriosis, 7 Years On

Now who remembers this blog post? It’s an oldie, and when I first had surgery to confirm I had Endometriosis. This was back in 2015. I had been told I have stage 4 endometriosis and would need assisted help to have kids. Fast forward to now, there’s a lot more information on Endometriosis, there wasn’t back in 2015. And turns…

Endometriosis Awareness Month: #EndotheStigma

Its March, which means its Endometriosis awareness month according to the charity Endometriosis UK. Lets #EndotheStigma! I know a portion of you follow me because of my endo battles and my now stoma from my recent endo op. And I hope to raise as much awareness for this awful condition as I possibly can. As some may know, I was…

Endometriosis Operation Update

As some of you know I have stage 4 endometriosis (my story here) and I recently went into hospital for an operation. Turned out to be a big old op! Firstly let me start by saying how fantastic the NHS nurses and consultants were, they did a brilliant job of keeping me calm and having me in hospital for 6…

My Endometriosis Story

This one is going to be quite a lengthy read, so make yourself a cup of tea and get comfy. You may have seen a recent post of mine, A Gentle Routine to Pick You Up When You’re Battling Endometriosis, so I thought I would do a follow up explaining my story. When I was first diagnosed I didn’t know anything…

A Gentle Routine to Pick You Up When You’re …

I haven’t spoken much about my endometriosis battles, however, as I type this I’m currently lying down in a hospital bed and feeling pretty crappy after having my second laparoscopy operation. I’ve been stuck here for three days with two drains attached on each side, looking like a corpse, unable to walk properly and in an endless amount of pain.…