Another one of my sleepless nights along with another rant post about my rollercoaster of a life. So thankful to have such an amazing outlet where I can write my emotions out and maybe help others in the end. Thank you all for dealing with my late night rant post 💛 My vagina feels like … Continue reading Another sleepless night.
At my recent appointment with my new gynecologist/surgeon I was informed that my pelvic floor muscles may be apart of some of my issues. Ok pelvic what?! 🤨 I mean I've taken college anatomy so I was aware of that there were muscles down there but not the specifics because I mean hello that's not … Continue reading Pelvic Floor? Whaaaa!
I am fricken stoked!! Never in a million years when I started this blog would I have thought I would even have followers much less being nominated for an award! Whaaaa! How awesome. Thanks so much to Courtney- Endo Tough who has an awesome blog as well. Rules for nominations: 1. Thank the person who … Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award
If I had a dollar for every time someone's asked me this questions I would be RICH! Because of the fact that people are so unaware when it comes to Endometriosis when they hear it they automatically think no children. Here's the deal. WE DO NOT KNOW IF WE WILL BE ABLE TO HAVE CHILDREN. … Continue reading Will you be able to have children?
A lot of times people ask me what is like to have Endometriosis and I always find myself giving the medical definition because sometimes I just can't find the words to explain it. Endometriosis is so much more than the medical definition. It's physical, emotional, and mental "pain." Last night i had a terrible experience … Continue reading What it’s really like having Endometriosis
I don’t discuss my Endometriosis with really anyone in my personal life.. if they ask I’ll tell them but I don’t discuss it because I’m afraid of being judged. I’m afraid that people will think I’m being over dramatic or faking it even so I just don’t say anything at all. I just put a … Continue reading Just one of the many stuggles dealing with a chronic illness.