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Another EndoSister gone

I didn’t know her personally, but I knew her.  We all knew her. She struggled with this disease that makes other “normal” people think we’re crazy. They think we are wimps and can’t handle a painful period. Sometimes, I wish … Continue reading

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I’m still here Endometriosis Awareness Month continues

This happens every March! I have so many things I want to write about during Endometriosis Awareness Month, that I tend to become a hermit(at least with my blog). I’m still sharing and retweeting in social media. I have been … Continue reading

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Endobloggers unite:Million Women March For Endo

What an event! I’m completely wiped out. My back, hips and feet ache. It was worth it! March 13, 2014, was the first Annual Million Women March for Endometriosis, worldwide. The EndoMarch was coordinated and sponsored by Dr.Camran Nezhat of … Continue reading

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Surgical help for endometriosis?

It makes me sad and angry to read or hear about women that have had surgery, that is supposed to make them feel better, but they’re in more pain afterwards. I know it happens, heck, it’s happened to me twice … Continue reading

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Breathing can be difficult

Today, I feel like I can’t breathe. Is it PTSD? Anxiety? The weather? The drugs? Heartburn? Broken heart? It’s probably all of the above. Every now and then, I get a little pang in my chest. It feels heavy today, … Continue reading

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We’ve reached a decision

It’s been a few days since our visit to Dr. B, the reproductive immunologist. We had discussed it a little on the way home and again a little that evening after dinner. Then, we went about our lives as of … Continue reading

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Re-posting

A friend posted this on Facebook and I felt the need to Re-post it on here.

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