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Mother of Dragonflies May 17
Let’s talk about in light of these new abortion laws and what it means for those of us with endo: (Thread)
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henny May 13
is terrifying and insanely painful. Kidney stones are pleasant compared to this pain. Your organs are basically fusing themselves together. And guess what? Doctors don’t know why bc there’s no research done on this women’s only issue
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Emily Taylor May 12
my endo flare ups can no longer be tracked by my period or ovulation or when I exercise or when I eat certain things, they just come whenever they want and it’s taking over my life💔
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Elsa May 11
Hate you 😭
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Brittnee Leysen-Ross May 12
Having a hard time grappling with the guilt that comes with taking genuine days off when chronic illness/pain forces multiple unproductive days. Feels like I should be taking every day that isn’t an flare day to work which is a bit miserable really.
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Sarah Howard May 13
Just disclosed medical condition of for employment purposes. I’ve explained as much as I can about condition & effects on me. So many think its just a bit of period pain (I *bloody* wish!). Hopefully assessor will see with right support I can more than manage it.
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Endometriosis Association of Ireland May 12
Another week load of misinformation on .... who cares...really? Why do we we get angry and annoyed at misinformation and incorrect definitions? What harm can it do? Why do we bother? Is it really that important?
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HelenRottier May 11
Replying to @helenrottier
“Social epidemiologist Jhumpka Gupta has said that endometriosis is a social justice issue... that keep women and girls (and people of other genders) from fully reaching their potential.”
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Sian Harries💂‍♀️ May 12
Finally swapped real milk for oat milk to see if it helps. I'll keep you posted ❤️
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Sophie Melissa 2h
After 10 years of pain, and the worst few months, I finally had surgery and got diagnosed with endometriosis and vascular pelvic congestion. They did excision surgery on the endo and the pain is worst than anything, but I’m so thankful to have answers
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Stella the Staffie May 15
Mum is going into hospital today to have an hysterectomy operation to get rid of her nasty for good, she can’t wait to have it done & be pain free. She will be in for a few days. Dad has kindly taken time off work to look after us all 🐾🐾
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Phillipa NAZARI May 15
Another wasted day spent being floored by...
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Jaye 17h
Back to the doctor, this isn’t working out. 😖
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andrea michelle 59m
Wiiiiiiiiide awake since 3. Hello fueled 🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️
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Endometriosis Cure 6m
Symptoms of endometriosis and how is diagnosed
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Endometriosis Cure May 17
is a hormonal and immune system disease.
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InHerShoes4Endo 6h
After a week of the whole family having the flu it’s so wonderful to be back outside and back in shoes
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Endometriosis Cure 18h
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Aubree Deimler 12h
How has the pain from impacted your life?
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Jess 💛 May 19
fuck these flare ups. I’m in absolute agony today
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