5 Ways to Manage Endometriosis Naturally

Endometriosis can cause you to stop in your tracks or to become bedridden because of debilitating pain. Some things are beyond our control, but there are some ways to make those flare-ups a little easier. CBD CBD has been a part of my self-care journey. I use a Hemp salve, CBD bath products, and a... Continue Reading →


One Month Post Op

Imagine waking up every morning shaking like a tree in the summer breeze or having this painful headache that makes you just want to keep your eyes closed. Even having this pain that radiates from your lower back down your hip into the bottom of your feet. Sounds interesting enough right? Well, that is my... Continue Reading →

Oh No, ​You Didn’t!

If you read my last blog post you'll know that I got sick either at the hospital or leaving in the cold to go home from surgery.  I do not have a regular Primary Care Physician. I would usually go to the Little Clinic at Kroger or the Wellness Center at Walgreens. However being that... Continue Reading →

Surgery #2

Well... the time has come. I am having my second laparoscopic surgery tomorrow November 9th. If you aren't aware of what a laparoscopic surgery is "Laparoscopy is the most common procedure used to diagnose and remove mild to moderate endometriosis. Instead of using a large abdominal incision, the surgeon inserts a lighted viewing instrument called a laparoscope through... Continue Reading →

It’s more than just…

Endometriosis is much more than bad cramps. It's more than a cycle that can be treated with me Pamprin, Midol, Tylenol, etc. It isn't something that can be fixed and never have to be worried about again. It is so much more than all of that. It is probably more than you can even imagine.... Continue Reading →

Life After Surgery

After officially being diagnosed with endometriosis June 2016 I thought life would get a tad bit easier. I never imagined that two years later I would be balled in debilitating pain just like I was before surgery. I had this idea that with the tissue being fulgurated (burned) away. Well, then I would have been... Continue Reading →

Enough with These Questions!

I know people mean no harm and only speak from what they Google what honneeyyy let me tell you something some of these questions are getting out of hand! Lena Dunham is a television actress that has Endometriosis. Because of her symptoms and stage of endo, she was given a hysterectomy. She made a post... Continue Reading →

How’s Your Pain From 1-10

How's your pain on a scale from 1-10 10 being the highest? That is generally the #1 thing a doctor or nurse will ask you. I know I cannot be the only person that is getting a tad bit annoyed with this question. What does this scale really define anyway? Is the doctor going to... Continue Reading →

10 Months Later Update

Not having a cycle for 10 months was something I expected to be a good thing.  Me thinking continuous birth control was going to be helpful was not the best. I was hoping that I would have an easier time functioning and be able to live my best life. Well, I made the decision to have a... Continue Reading →

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