There is no known cure for Endometriosis. In Kenya, we do not have access to excision surgery, so doctors perform ablation surgery and then prescribe drugs to suppress the symptoms of Endometriosis. One of these drugs is Lupron, also Known as Leuprolide Acetate. Lupron is a Gonadotropin-releasing hormone that is used to treat hormone basedContinue reading “Lupron and Endometriosis – What you need to know”
I wish I knew that after sending aunt flo on vacation, it would erode my bone density; that it would sink me into a hole, that it would announce free room and board for every calorie looking for a home. That it would take over 5 years to lose that weight. That the sadness would overwhelm me. That I would experience menopause symptoms as a teen.
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”
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”