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Shauni xo Nov 13
Nope I’m not pregnant. This is what stage 4 Endometriosis looks like. If only I could describe the pain and trauma your body goes through when this flares up. More awareness needs to be raised and more women need to be educated on this medical condition..
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Endometriosis Foundation of Kenya 7m
Replying to @EndoFoundKE
There are days that fatigue gets the best of you and you cannot wake up...do you as a leader believe the women who are suffering and have to be present at the office? What can we do to ensure we are as inclusive as can be and not disregard/invalidate period pain?
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Lara Parker Nov 10
I wrote about a week in my life living with . With an invisible illness, I find that people struggle to believe just how much this affects my life. I hope you read this and please know...I’m one of the lucky ones with health insurance.
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Endometriosis Foundation of Kenya 8m
It’s unfortunate and unfair too to hear that the workplace has no policy to support women with . I think one easy way is to approve medical leave as long as there’s proof of diagnosis of
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Intha a.k.a Ginger Nov 12
My appendix could actually burst and I would probably not notice until I died.
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Nikki Jae 2h
This little demon keeps me up at night.... So far, for 21 days this month, I've felt pain 😕😟😿
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Holleigh Stevenson 44s
I dont usually talk about my but last night and today I am struggling to walk. Only a few months after my op and it is back interfering with my life. It is so debilitating, then it passes and no-one understands why you’re fine. Trust me, right now I am not ‘fine’.
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Emma 1h
Definitely sleeping with my heating pad tonight.
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Kait 5h
My insurance is refusing to pay for my new medication bc it wants me to try other meds first but those other meds are not ones I can take and also they're more expensive. So plz tell me how that makes sense. I sobbed when my dr told me they declined my claim 😭
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Sinead O’Tightclout 💋 10m
I’m still proper not ok
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Em Stone 34m
It’s such a big deal to have an hour long discussion televised about this illness. It affects my life daily, if you know someone who may have then please encourage them to watch Insight tonight at 8:30pm on SBS 📺
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Endometriosis Foundation of Kenya 7m
Replying to @EndoFoundKE
Let’s discuss this: “Women with endometriosis tend to have used up all their sick leave, so they often have to be at work while in significant pain."
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Endometriosis Explained Nov 17
: almost 200 million women worldwide have
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Dominica Navarro Nov 17
I hate I just want it to be gone already. For good! Uuuggghhhh!
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Rachel Arlow Nov 18
Uterus is really kicking off tonight. So curled up with a hot water bottle. Props to my fellow ladies 🙌🏼
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Nik Shone Nov 18
Is twitter the place where I can complain about my cramps???
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Amanda Gault 7h
Replying to @ToriGlass
I had the mirena for about a year and had it removed but I also did not have periods. My periods came back within a couple months. I just take birth control nonstop now bcuz my periods are excruciating
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melissa Nov 17
All I ever wanted was to myself on the big screen. That was my goal and I was good at working toward that. Now there’s a big hole that will never be filled. Life’s just not fair sometimes
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Brittany Whitt 3h
This is truth that endometriosis has been and surgeries aren’t a cure for endometriosis can spread and attach to other body organs causing adhesions always educate to get better understanding what does to a woman
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Jenny Brockie 12h
Misdiagnosed with gastro? I heard this way too many times. A must watch Insight tonight on a disease affecting hundreds of thousands of Australian women.
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