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Anne Sengstock Apr 17
Like others who've seen this statistic, I'm sadly unsurprised by the prevalence of suicidal thoughts in relation to . In fact I'm only astonished it's not a higher percentage. A cycle of pain & regarding chronic pain is a lot for anyone to deal with. 1/
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Ruby Apr 20
Guess who spent most of the day in bed, blacked out twice, passed out on the bathroom floor, nearly threw up multiple times, and had such severe hot/cold flashes that their body tried to go into shock?! 👉 this gal 👉
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Life-With-Endo 17h
Real talk: is so much more than painful periods. During a flare I feel like something is trying to claw its way out of me, or I’m being stabbed repeatedly, my hips, knees & ankles feel broken, I’m so dizzy I walked into a door this morning, my nose & gums bleed
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harriet martin-jones Apr 19
Replying to @harrietmj_
it’s just that this condition is a madness. Also, this isn’t a plea for sympathy, I just want everyone to know that I love them still and that is shit. 💛
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Monica Bang Apr 22
is when a uterus decides that it’s a white colonist and sets out to discover new land only to find it already inhabited but it converts it anyway. IE uterus grabs onto ovaries, intestines, and/or pelvic tissue & screams “I claim thee in the name of uterus!”
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KATE Apr 22
game changer, lidocaine patch applied over lower abdominal area, reduces pain a solid 70%
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Simran Apr 24
Big op tomorrow. Can't wait to feel like a normal human being again!! So much to plan so much to do 💕
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Nevra Elis A. 3h
Suffered for hours, given antidepressants to experiment on my being then finally agreed it was neurological but also psychiatric. See thread for discharge reports.
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It's Spoopy Megan 29m
Myself and my bloated tummy survived yesterday. Diagnostic Laparoscopy to determine if I had (I did), cauterisation of said endometriosis and a hysteroscopy to get a close…
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Benjamin Beran Apr 8
We need everyone to stop normalizing painful periods. The look in a patient’s eyes when you diagnose them with after years of suffering is painful. While I enjoy helping these women, I feel our medical culture failed them for many years
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Progressive Women's Care 2h
Researchers have found a link between lower birth rate and an increased risk of endometriosis in adulthood. More work is needed to understand those results fully, but this study joins a growing body of research into this troubling disease.
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Wellbeing of Women 10h
is as common as diabetes, yet few people know about it. If you are suffering, don't suffer in silence. Talk to your GP about treatment options. More on endometriosis:
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Endometriosis UK 6h
On 18th May, a group of 10 surgeons and specialists will cycle 220 miles in two days to raise money for Endometriosis UK. We caught up with team leader Chris, to hear why he’s raising money for endometriosis. Read the full interview:
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LLLL E Apr 23
1st few daze are always like this💆‍♀️
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Allison Pang 2h
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FTWW Wales 8h
Well done to member Juliette Anderson, who shared her story with the local press. 'Spreading awareness in tonight’s South Wales Echo about living with Endometriosis. We need a cure. Not all disabilities are visible' 💛💛
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Fibroids Network UK 5h
Will you be reviewing, with women, What treatments have worked for them, if any? & which they’d recommend as the Best Treatments longterm? SideEffects? ReOps? & if they desired to conceive, treatment experiences or success without intervention?
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Andrew Horne 11h
Delighted to be part of 5th EMEL Conference on with and Ghassan Lofti in Dubai focused on improving patient care and diagnosis
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Christi Green Apr 23
is making me feel nauseous again every single day. not exactly how I was hoping to try to lose the rest of this baby weight....
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S 8h
I did a few test. I’m ok. It’s just excruciating pain and internal hemorrhaging caused by an endometriosis flare up. It’s important to go and get that checked because a cyst could’ve burst. I’m home now.
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