Yellow – The Colour Of Hope

Yellow is not just the colour of emojis, it is the colour of hope. Hope for Endometriosis Warriors. It is an invitation to speak. It is the essence of who we are, a symbol of the type of days we long for.

Where Dreams Fizzle And Fade~ Endo And Your Career

The sight of blood changed my mind. It wasn’t so much the sight, as it was the experience as a whole, the texture, the colour and the pain. As a little girl, I spent hours daydreaming of myself treating little children and seeing them smile again. Having been well acquainted with the pediatrician, it wasContinue reading “Where Dreams Fizzle And Fade~ Endo And Your Career”

When It Floods – Endometriosis & Heavy Flow

Big girls wear diapers too. My girls talk a lot about diapers, my little one is potty training herself. No, really, she woke up one day thia6 week and declared that she was a big girl who didn’t need to wear diapers.  So she graduated to knickers when we are home, this isn’t without accidentsContinue reading “When It Floods – Endometriosis & Heavy Flow”

31 Days of Endo ~ Lyndsay

Day 23 🙂 I am catching up slowly! I hope you’ve had a great Endo awareness month so far. Today we highlight Lyndsay’s story as she shares her journey with Thoracic Endometriosis. Lyndsay shared her story with Lisa on Bloomin’ Uterus in January this year. * Lyndsay was 32 years old when she was diagnosed withContinue reading “31 Days of Endo ~ Lyndsay”

31 Days Of Endo ~ Unsilenced

Day 22 Individual’s stories are like dominoes, they look small, but they have the power to start a revolution and change the status quo. Two years ago, Arti Shah, resolved to tell the story of Endo warriors living in Kenya. At the time, I had come to Nairobi for the annual Endometriosis of Kenya event. ThisContinue reading “31 Days Of Endo ~ Unsilenced”

31 Days Of Endo ~ Saum Hassan

Day 19 🙂 “Our goal is to make Endometriosis a household name.” ~ Michelle Lee Walters The reason we share our stories is so that other women will know that they are not alone. Though some symptoms may seem peculiar, we need to understand that Endometriosis cannot be put into a box. It presents itselfContinue reading “31 Days Of Endo ~ Saum Hassan”

31 Days of Endo ~ Tara Langdale-Schmidt

Day 18 🙂 One of the symptoms that Endowarriors may experience is pain during or after sex. The pain can turn a previously enjoyable experience into an emotionally devastating moment. Tara Langdale-Schmidt is an endo warrior who has created a non-surgical intervention for painful sex. Necessity is. She shared her story with Lisa of Bloomin’Continue reading “31 Days of Endo ~ Tara Langdale-Schmidt”

31 Days Of Endo ~ Patricia Anne Young

Day 16 🙂 Everybody’s journey is unique. You have to make a personal decision to fight endometriosis and to remain positive each day. As we face the pain and limitations brought about by endo, we pray that a cure will be found soon. Despite the pain, we are keeping hope alive. Patricia Anne Young firstContinue reading “31 Days Of Endo ~ Patricia Anne Young”

#31 Days of Endo ~ Sarah

Day 15 🙂 23 years after Sarah first sought help, she got it. Sarah shared her story with Lisa of Bloomin’ Uterus in March last year. * New to San Diego, Sarah was diagnosed with Endometriosis when she was 38 years old, after seeking help for over 20 years.  Today, a year later, she shares herContinue reading “#31 Days of Endo ~ Sarah”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Shadoegirl19

Day 14 🙂 I read an interesting fact the other day, Endometriosis has been found in all organs except the spleen. Endometriosis presents itself uniquely in different women, the need to fight this disease is the same across the world. Shadoegirl19 shares her battle with spinal endometriosis. This story was originally posted on Bloomin’ Uterus.Continue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Shadoegirl19”