Well ladies, I have to first apologise for not being online for quite some time. The last post I wrote about skipping my periods still holds true, months later. But in addition to my endometriosis and the journey of skipping my periods I now have a new diagnosis which had led to my hiatus recently. … Continue reading Endometriosis and Ulcerative Colitis – A new diagnosis Part 1
Has anyone else tried to explain to the world that pain meds (narcotics) actually cause you more pain? I have a strong understanding of medications and the mechanisms by which they take action, but I cant seem to wrap my head around this one. When I had my gall bladder taken out years ago I … Continue reading Skipping my periods… the journey continued
Something I'm trying out here on the blog is spreading the word about products that truly have impacted my health for the better. Hands down this product deserves an award. Webber Natural has a multi vitamin for women that includes your typical vitamins and minerals. But they also pack in a healthy dose of fruits … Continue reading Webber Natural Women’s Most Complete Multi
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 nerve. This helps to explain the painful … Continue reading Skipping my period – the journey
I asked my mom the other day 'do you still believe everything happens for a reason?". She hesitated as the question came out of the blue. I asked again, 'do you think my endo is happening for a reason?' and like every optimistic mother would say she replied "I think its a blip. I hurdle.". … Continue reading Creating a new ‘normal’
After meeting with the specialist we determined that the first plan of action would be to take my birth control pill consecutively for three months, with no breaks in between, to see if the pain would decrease. I have always been skeptical of this plan because knowing the science behind the menstrual cycle I thought … Continue reading Step 1 – skipping my periods
I finally saw a specialist this week who was able to semi-confirm I have endo on my diaphragm, hip, and deep within my abdomen. They kept using the term 'rare'. "your pain path is very rare", "the location of your endo is very rare".... and I just started to feel a little bit... helpless. When … Continue reading The Endometriosis Coalition
I am just about to have my period and Im kinda hung up on something. Take a look at the excerpt below first: But unlike the tissue lining the uterus, which leaves your body during menstruation, endometriosis tissue is essentially trapped. With no place to go, the tissue bleeds internally. Your body reacts to the … Continue reading Endo tissue outside the uterus bleeds too.
I have this belief that there are tons of people out there looking for answers about their endometriosis pain. And while the stats dont prove my belief that you are coming to my blog I still feel like I owe it to myself to continue to share my story. So here is my update from … Continue reading Thoracic Endo-pain confirmed
Hi ladies I apologize for not blogging in the last little while but it appears my body may have given up on me recently. Last month, during mid-cycle I was experiencing odd sternum pain. I was able to 'crack' it which doesn't make sense because its not a joint. In any case, this cycle has … Continue reading Thoracic endo – just a theory?