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Mrs Karina O'Brien Jun 10
can kiss my ass. I’ve already spent to many years if life with this disease and hopefully only a few months longer before I say good bye to my uterus and everything else. πŸ₯Š
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Angel_feud Jun 11
A little backstory about my : I was stage II. It may not seem like much but the disease attacked my urinary system, uterus and both ovaries. I had a total hysterectomy when I was only 31 years old
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ENDO Black Jun 16
Nobody: Still Nobody: Absolutely Nobody: Endometriosis:
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Chelsea Venner Jun 15
Petrified about going in to a chemically induced menopause at the age of 28. Any ideas on what I could expect?
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CBS This Morning 23m
is a reproductive disease that affects an estimated 1 in 10 women of child-bearing age. About half of patients with it have fertility problems. is here to discuss the disease and why the condition can be hard to diagnose:
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Jessica Thomas Jun 12
Just thought: what if someone I wanted to date read my tweets? Would they think differently of me? But then I thought, if someone is worth dating, they’ll be able to accept my health problems. This is my place to open up about how it feels to live with them✌🏻
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πš–πšŽπš”πšŽπš—πš—πšŠ ☁️ Jun 12
the same medications given as β€œtreatment” for women with are the same medications given to sex offenders as punishment.... LET THAT SINK IN
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Sophie xoxo Jun 15
So I went the doctors for the agonising pain I’ve been having to put up with for years and got told that I have a high chance of having endometriosis and finally got a gynae appointment in 3 weeks. Feel like someone listened to me, god bless themπŸ‘πŸΌ
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Andrea Vidali MD Jun 11
Pre surgery treatment of with or is a huge mistake. (From my insta feed)
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EndoEdition Jun 12
Questions to ask your surgeon by "Treating" endo with improper surgery and suppressive meds that have a high side effect profile isn't treating the disease at all.
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Crystal Mendez Jun 12
5 different women, 5 different diagnoses, 1 shared problem. Find out how your might be being misdiagnosed.
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Coralle πŸŽ— Jun 12
IVE GOT MY SURGERY DATE OMG
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Amelia S. Dall; M.A., RPA βš’ Jun 12
TMI: got my period today. My cramps are oddly UNSEVERE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 10ish YEARS. I feel like I wanna cry. It truly is a miracle I’m not in so much pain anymore. To the point where I can’t walk/throw up. But today? My first day and I’m going to work.
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jenna Jun 14
Everyone please ignore my ginormous acne flare up these next few days. I’m ovulating for the first time in a year and my body is like whaaaaa
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Lina Persson Jun 12
Today it's been 4 years since I got my πŸ”΄ diagnosis. Only four years - feels like a lifetime. I've been given a whole new life. I went sixteen years before finally being believed, and then it all changed in one second. Remember: is not normal.
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Victoria Williams Jun 11
Great day presenting my PhD project: at work for the today. Extra special to receive judges choice and people’s choice for this poster πŸ™πŸΌ
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Endometriosis Association of Ireland 28m
Endometriosis and Fertility One of the most immediate concerns for many women when they are diagnosed with is that of . While endometriosis is a leading cause of , it is not correct to say that all women with endometriosis are infertile.
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sab Jun 18
I really really wish that companies take people that suffer from more seriously they have no fucking idea what chronic pain we go through.
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InHerShoes4Endo Jun 10
Ive been asked about my collection of yellow shoes! These are the brightest. My gumboots. I bought these as they are lined and warm and perfect for winter beach walks and puddle jumping! They are also a great conversation starter
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Nev Jun 17
β€œnevan what do your insides feel like on a daily basis?” me -
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