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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Pre Op Shopping Haul: Jumper Dresses

I wanted to dedicate a whole post to what I bought to wear after my surgery because it was something I myself was worrying about beforehand. I needed comfy clothes that wouldn’t be uncomfortable on my incisions, which ruled out most of my go to outfits this time of year like the trusty skinny jeans and jumper combo. Knowing from…
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My Endo Diary: Pre Op

We travelled to Birmingham a few days before my surgery because I had to have a pre-operative assessment. This happened to be the week of super heavy snow but thankfully we made it just on time! Usually they do the pre-operative appointment a week or so before surgery, but to save me travelling up twice they changed mine to two…
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Wedding Invites and Wedding Websites

When it comes to organising your wedding stationary it does take a lot of time to sit down and get it all arranged. There are lots of decisions that need to be made before you can even start looking at all the pretty invites themselves. First and foremost you have to decide your guest list which is a mammoth task…
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