#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 ~ 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”

The Kenyan Endo Story : Faith Muraya

Endometriosis is an invisible disease. Just because you don’t see it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Pain has been normalized and so has the use of painkillers. Faith Muraya gives us a glimpse into her life as an Endo warrior. She shares with us her journey of pain, and the lifestyle changes that she hasContinue reading “The Kenyan Endo Story : Faith Muraya”

The Kenyan Endo Story: Rachel Shivachi (Part 1)

An Endo Warrior is a fierce and brave woman, one who fights many battles that don’t meet the eye. Over the next couple of days I will be sharing the story of Rachel Shivachi. A woman whose story has moved me to tears. She has known pain, hope, grace and strength. I am a motherContinue reading “The Kenyan Endo Story: Rachel Shivachi (Part 1)”