Life with an invisible illness involves constant conversations in your head.Continue reading →
I spend so much time feeling bad about feeling bad, and so often I only tell part of my story.Continue reading →
There’s a lot of information out there about endometriosis, much of which can be confusing or inconsistent. I’m not a doctor or a medical professional. I’m one of the one in ten women who have endometriosis.
When I write about endometriosis, it’s based on my own personal experiences of living with it, and on the information I’ve drawn from a range of sources that have helped me make sense of my condition.Continue reading →
I have endometriosis. It is a chronic condition, which means I will always have endometriosis. I will not “get better”. I have good days. I have bad days. I also have very, very bad days and very, very good days. It is not predictable.Continue reading →