31 Days Of Endo ~ Patricia Anne Young

Day 16 πŸ™‚ 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 πŸ™‚ 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. Β Today, a year later,Β she shares herContinue reading “#31 Days of Endo ~ Sarah”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Shadoegirl19

Day 14 πŸ™‚ 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”

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

Day 13 πŸ™‚ 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 ~ Shiru Muraya

Day 12 πŸ™‚ Endo can push you to the wall, and force you to give up some of the things that you were so sure you couldn’t live without. Then, what started off as a diet becomes a lifestyle, a way of life. Shiru Muraya shares with us her journey of pain, courage and aContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Shiru Muraya”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Genevieve Byrt

Day 9 Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women around the world. I am so thankful for the internet, it has brought information and community closer to us in Kenya. One of the blogs, that I have followed for a few years is Bloomin’ Uterus. Lisa writes very informative posts on Endo and how it affectsContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Genevieve Byrt”

#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 ~ Trish Barasa (Part 2)

You can read the first part of Trish’s story here. Cyclically, there have been instances of extreme hypoglycemia which I mostly just conclude is endometriosis related as it correlates with my cycle to the T. There have been instances when the hypoglycemia has left me perilously faint in public. Nowadays I carry a glucose tabContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Trish Barasa (Part 2)”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Trish Barasa (Part 1)

Day 7 πŸ™‚ Oh, that our voices will be heard. We hope that policymakers, health care providers and the society at large will hear our cry and help us. Endometriosis is real! It is as real as the air that we breathe. Trish Barasa gives us a glimpse of her life as an Endowarrior. TheContinue reading “#31 Days Of Endo ~ Trish Barasa (Part 1)”

#31 Days Of Endo ~ Kawira Rweria

Day 6 πŸ™‚ 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”