Hello everyone :) I'm Endo Girl (short for Endometriosis). This blog is dedicated to all the girls and women affected by the disease Endometriosis, and for those that do not know anything about it. Throughout the process I hope to help support those who have it and to change some people's perspectives on this misunderstood disease.
Side note: I do suffer from this disease and if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me & show your support :)
oh my god.
this is exactly how I feel.
I could never have said it better myself.
if he does, my boyfriend will realize how truly fucked up I really am for once.
The Lupron Depo company does not know how to deal with people….don’t promise me one thing and then say the opposite. So disappointed.
can I just remove my uterus and have it put back in when I’m ready to have kids
I’ve been so extremely busy that I haven’t been able to post, I would love to keep in touch with you and twitter is more convenient for me! I would love if you would follow me and ask me questions about Endo.
My twitter is: End0girl
I WILL FOLLOW BACK ALL OF YOU LOVELIES, <3
STAY STRONG XOXO
cosmosmosh asked: and now as if the pain wasn't enough my heart decided to go all tachycardia on me... This thing is trying to kill me... I'm going to another doctor tomorrow. I'm sorry for filling up your ask box. I just need someone to vent to that wont be scared of my symptoms and who will understand.
To me personally, that sounds like Endometriosis. Now I’m no expert but those are most of the symptoms I experienced when the doctors were telling me everything was normal when I knew in my heart there was something wrong. You’re the only one to know how you feel & the doctors can’t say you don’t have it or “everything’s normal” when in reality they don’t know exactly what’s going on with you. It took me 6 months to get answers and I know that seems like a lot of time but as long as you keep pursuing it and exhibiting signs of it, I feel like they will eventually have to do something. Don’t let them degrade you by saying everything’s normal, fight for what you think is wrong. Thankfully, they did a diagnostic surgery finally and it showed that I, indeed, did have Endo. It’s the only way to know absolutely for sure. I really wish you the best of luck and come by any time you need someone to talk to. You don’t need to apologize for venting, I know how extremely frustrating medical situations can be when they don’t give you the answers to your questions. Make sure to do your research and remember I’m not a licensed doctor. Fight for your body back.
cosmosmosh asked: (part 2 sorry for the novel) that would keep me from class and workouts. I have been tested for everything under the sun and have had CT scans to ultrasounds but everything has come back "normal". Recently I developed 2 super painful cysts on my ovaries and the stomach pain is exactly the same as their pain. To me endo is the only thing that fits but the doctors aren't willing to listen. I'm just so sick of being in pain. What do you think, does it sound like endo?
cosmosmosh asked: I found your blog awhile back when I was researching endometriosis and was wondering if you could please please help me? I'm just asking because you have so much experience with this and I am so desperate at this point to get answers. I have had intense pain in just one spot on my stomach for months now that flairs up with running and walking quickly, its gotten so bad now that the pain winds me as I walk to class. I put myself on birthcontroll a year ago due to hellacious periods (part 1)