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#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 old… Continue reading #31 Days Of Endo ~ Amina Mohammed

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#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 25… Continue reading #31 Days of Endo ~ Nurah Palesa

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The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior: The Game-Changer: The Day I Couldn’t Walk Anymore

Dear Diary, By the time I was 17 years old, I was pretty much used to painful and dramatic periods. I had somewhat accepted it as my lot. What else could I do? In those days I seldom heard of anyone going to hospital for painful periods. We resulted to be being amateur pharmacists. In… Continue reading The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior: The Game-Changer: The Day I Couldn’t Walk Anymore

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The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior – My Struggle With Tampons

Dear Diary, I'm still super excited about the pad dispensers, because I still can't use tampons. Rather, I still choose not to use tampons. My struggle with tampons begun as a preteen. My mum told me that they were not for young girls, and told me that they could make me sick. Toxic Shock Syndrome was… Continue reading The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior – My Struggle With Tampons

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The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior: When It Rains, It Pours and Sometimes Overflows

Dear Diary, My periods, while in high school, started off innocently, like the morning dew, I was relieved to finally be a woman. And then someone opened the tap and they poured and overflowed. The number of times that I soiled my clothes and sheets are too many to count. It was the usual, so… Continue reading The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior: When It Rains, It Pours and Sometimes Overflows