Endo Story – Devon

When we share our stories, we empower and encourage other women. The pain is not all in your head, it is real. Endometriosis is real and you are not alone. Devon is an endo warrior who lives in Yorkshire, UK. She was 25 years old when she was diagnosed with Endometriosis, now a year laterContinue reading “Endo Story – Devon”

What To Pack in Your Hospital Bag Before Surgery

I went for my first surgery dressed in jeans. It was a day surgery, needless to say, that was a horrible idea. Dressing up afterward was not easy, my bladder was sore and my urethra was upset that a catheter had gone visiting, yet there I was trying to keep up with fashion and fitContinue reading “What To Pack in Your Hospital Bag Before Surgery”

#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 ~ Hadassa Trip

Day 5 🙂 It is always uplifting to read the stories of other Endo warriors who are braving through life, shining their lights and lifting others up. Editah Hadassa Trip is the founder of Waiting Wombs trust. She is walking with women whose wombs are waiting and sharing a message of hope. She first sharedContinue reading “#31 Days of Endo ~ Hadassa Trip”

#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”

The Kenyan Endo Story: Reshma Maru

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 all girls would love to live without. There is a resilience, a fire in her eyes, a desire to winContinue reading “The Kenyan Endo Story: Reshma Maru”

The Workout Hiatus Has Come To An End

I’m determined to get my sexy back. ‘Where had she gone to?’ you ask, well, I seem to have lost her somewhere between being pregnant and lactating. I’ve been pregnant twice in two years, my body has ballooned, carried life and found a new form. The thing that I have learned about my body isContinue reading “The Workout Hiatus Has Come To An End”