Creating awareness about women’s health, fertility, and anti-aging one powerful blog post at a time.
Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) is a reality you may face if you’re managing an autoimmune disease, health condition or receiving a surgery where it’s listed as a possible side effect. Such as was my case when the combination of endometriosis and endometriomas led...read more
When it comes to my immunity and overall immune system function I worry. And, despite what you’re thinking it’s not just because of the current pandemic we’re in. I’ve always constantly worried about my immunity. Why? Because I have an incurable chronic illness that...read more
The Flex menstrual cup was something I was quite eager to try. Mainly because of its unique and revolutionary design. Indeed it’s the first menstrual cup to feature an easy pull-tab removal system. Thus, making it less threatening for first-time cup users. And, those...read more
Period stigma is defined as any social or cultural construct that stigmatizes menstruation. Therefore, contributing to the idea that periods are dirty, nasty, unclean and improper. And while period stigma creates a negative attitude towards periods as a whole. These...read more
Endometriosis pain is a unique experience for each sufferer. It can affect different locations and be triggered by a number of things. And, if you don’t have endometriosis you truly can not appreciate how immobilizing endo pain can be. Hence, why many healthy people...read more
Chocolate cysts. While the name sounds kind of intriguing they are associated with endometriosis a disease that affects over 200 million women worldwide. As a matter of fact, 20-40% of women with endometriosis have an increased risk of developing chocolate cysts....read more
Xenoestrogens are the nasty culprit that you may or may not know much about. And, they are suspected contributors to reproductive health issues, abnormal growth patterns, and neurodevelopmental issues in males and females. Yet, even more, alarming is the fact that...read more
High blood pressure is one of many comorbidities linked to endometriosis. This is largely due to the inflammatory nature of this disease. And, its ability to not only impact reproductive health but the entire body. So, while there are factors that increase an endo...read more
Sexually transmitted infections are still a relevant issue in today’s society. You wouldn’t think so because it’s not talked about as often as it used to be. But, it’s still a real issue that persists. Whether it’s due to a conservative view of sex contributing to a...read more
Exercising with endometriosis may have a positive impact on pain. While working out is the last thing that you’ll want to do if you’re dealing with common endo symptoms such as painful pelvic cramping, heavy bleeding, and low back pain. Learning to implement some form...read more
Hormonal acne is not only difficult to treat but, it’s embarrassing. Especially if you’re dealing with it as an adult. Acne is often widely associated with puberty. But, pre-teens and teens aren’t the only ones that struggle with it. Indeed hormonal fluctuations can...read more
Creating an endo-friendly morning routine has been integral in helping me manage my endometriosis pre and post-surgery. I’m a person that thrives on structure and likes to be in flow. So having set habits and rituals is essential for my mental health. And, while my...read more
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