In the last few months I have watched the Me too movement spread worldwide. Now its making a huge impact in Australia. Many strong people have shared their stories and are trying to make a difference. Now there is the Times up movement. Seeing this unfold and listening to people's stories has touched me deeply,… Continue reading #MeToo
Going to school, and trying to keep good grades, and attendance with Endometriosis has been a very big struggle for me. I am going to write about my experience since getting my period in primary school all the way through to being diagnosed with Endometriosis and studying in University. It’s important for people to understand… Continue reading Trying to get through my schooling career while having Endometriosis.
I wanted to write this post because since my Endometriosis has grown back it’s been really hard to manage and also affecting my quality of life. It had gotten so bad at one stage I couldn’t walk, go to the toilet, be with my partner, and so much more. I want to be real and… Continue reading How I have been feeling
Endometriosis really tests you as a person...it takes you to deep dark places that you have to fight your way out of. Everyday I have to take all of my mental and physical strength to keep myself together during the day. It is so mentally and physically draining. I am always fatigued. My daily pain/symptoms… Continue reading My Day With Endometriosis
2009 My Endometriosis journey started at the mere age of 11 when I got my first period. Periods for me were extremely heavy, and debilitating. 2012 When I was 14 my mother suggested to me that I could have Endometriosis and explained what it was. I went to a General Practitioner and they told me… Continue reading My Journey With Endometriosis