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Author: Melissa@Endo Invisible
Impact of Endo on Mental Health
Casey Berna, LCSWA, is another strong voice in the endometriosis community. She is also an advocate for those struggling with infertility. Her article in the American Society of Reproductive Medicine Mental Health Professional Group Fall Newsletter gives accurate information on our disease and how it impacts us physically AND mentally. I feel that we are … Continue reading Impact of Endo on Mental Health
Endo as autoimmune disease; social justice victim
Great read over at auto-immunepaleo.com Why endo is a social justice issue. Thank you Angie!
Thoughts on Abdominal Wall Endometriosis
Dr. Fogelson talks about his experience with this kind of endometriosis. It’s a very relevant read for those of you out there with this, or for those of you who have diagnosed or suspected endometriosis and have had or will need to have abdominal surgery.
Back home with my boys
Endometriosis is an eating disease. It eats away at our bodies, our fertility, our energy, our families, our friendships, our careers, our hearts and minds. It takes our time away from being with our loved ones. I’ve been away from my home for almost three weeks recovering from surgery. Now I’m back, unpacking from a … Continue reading Back home with my boys
For many women who suffer from endometriosis, everyday is April Fools Day.