My advice for anyone with Endometriosis

Hey Everyone, Since I have decided to share my health journey on here and my social media platforms, I often receive messages from other women who either suspect they have Endometriosis, or who like myself, already have a diagnosis. I am so glad that I can raise awareness and connect with women going through the same thing and share what…
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Coming to terms with my Endometriosis – Health and life update vlog

Hey everyone, I wanted to post a life and heath update but it turned into a chat about Instagram rants, coping with bad days and why I’m focusing on my mental health post excision surgery (spoiler: things haven’t been perfect). I’d love to hear your feedback and if you can relate! Feel free to share on social media. Until next…
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Coping with chronic illness

Modern life can be stressful at the best of times, juggling all aspects of your life, be it a healthy social life, career, family, relationship, household chores, etc can be a tricky balancing act. Add a chronic illness to the mix and the things that were a minor chore before, can feel near impossible sometimes. Pain and poor health can…
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Defensive doctors, second opinions and a recovery update

If you’ve been keeping an eye out for a post op update, apologies its taken so long! I finally sat down to write something and then thought it would be much easier to just make a video and have a proper chat! I ended up going on a full rant and telling all my embarrassing tales, so its basically like…
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How I care for my skin and hormonal breakouts

You guys are probably sick of me harping on about my endometriosis lately, but bear with me because I think lots of you will relate to this post, endo or not! For many women hormone imbalance or changes can result in skin breakouts. This can be as a result of Endometriosis, PCOS, hormonal birth control, pregnancy, puberty or menopause to…
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