#31 Days of Endo ~ 11 Tips for Mums of Endowarriors

Day 13 🙂 I am taking a short break from sharing the stories, to share some tips for mums of endo warriors. More girls in their teens and early twenties are getting a diagnosis, more often than not, being diagnosed with endometriosis throws them and their families into confusion. Endometriosis is one legacy no motherContinue reading “#31 Days of Endo ~ 11 Tips for Mums of Endowarriors”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Reshma Maru

Day 8:) Happy International Women’s Day. We continue to share our stories and raise our voices as we #pressforprogress. It’s difficult to tell the battle a woman is fighting by looking at her. Endo is an invisible force, it is tiny and mighty. It attacks from the inside out, Endo pain is something that allContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Reshma Maru”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Kawira Rweria

Day 6 🙂 Invisible pain results in invisible battles. Behind the smiles are scars that cannot be seen, unless you use a laparoscope. Kawira Rweria is a bubbly warrior, who I e-met (can we take a moment and thank the Lord for the internet) last year at one of her lowest moments. Seeing her smileContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Kawira Rweria”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Elsie Wandera

Pain changes you, and sometimes it births within you a desire to be the change that you want to see. That is the story of Elsie Wandera, our third Endo warrior on this series     Elsie is strong, driven, resilient and passionate. After struggling to get a diagnosis, she chose to speak up about thisContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Elsie Wandera”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Amina Mohammed

Day 2 of the awareness month 🙂 I hope you are all keeping well. Our second Endo warrior is the graceful Amina Mohammed.  I met Amina for the first time late last year during a Yellow Endo Flower meet up. She is a sweet spirited fighter. My name is Amina, I am 27 years oldContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Amina Mohammed”

#31 Days of Endo ~ Nurah Palesa

Happy new month everybody! March is here!! To start us off in this series, I would like to introduce you to Nurah Palesa. Queen  Nurah is an endo warrior based in Kenya, she shared her story with me for the first time in 2017.   I am Queen Nurah, and at the age of 25Continue reading “#31 Days of Endo ~ Nurah Palesa”

5 Ways To Navigate The Endo Inspired Energy Rollercoaster

I seem to have found the spring in my step. Some mornings I wake up feeling like an Energizer bunny, it is such a good yet surreal feeling. One of the aspects that I hate about Endo is how it hampers with energy levels. I went from being an energetic teen to a mostly-tired humanContinue reading “5 Ways To Navigate The Endo Inspired Energy Rollercoaster”

Fight and Shine

There is no shortcut to treating Endometriosis. Nope, non at all. You have to put in work, and try different pain management strategies. The truth is some may work and others may not work as well. Endometriosis affects different women differently. In the same way, one treatment method may work for one woman and giveContinue reading “Fight and Shine”

The Diary Kenyan Endo Warrior: My Journey With Hormonal Acne

I’ve struggled with hormonal acne for well over ten years. As a teen it was nerve wrecking. One day I woke up with pimples on my face that seemed more like mountains, and they just wouldn’t go back to where they came from. I was told that apparently acne during puberty runs in the familyContinue reading “The Diary Kenyan Endo Warrior: My Journey With Hormonal Acne”

5 Things To Do Before You Start An Endo Diet

A few years after I was diagnosed with Endometriosis, I found the Endo diet. It was nice to look at, but it was so much work. it meant giving up all that I knew, and so I started it for a short while, then I quickly fell off the bandwagon because I had not takenContinue reading “5 Things To Do Before You Start An Endo Diet”