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    TANDA-TANDA ENDOMETRIOSIS

Endometriosis berlaku apabila lapisan dalam rahim (endometrium) berada di luar rahim seperti di ovari, dinding pelvis, saluran fallopian, usus, faraj dan pundi kencing. 
Lapisan ini menebal dan berdarah pada setiap kali kitaran haid menyebabkan keradangan pada organ-organ dalam pelvis. Akhirnya ia menghasilkan parut, sehingga menyebabkan ovari membengkak dan saluran fallopian tersekat.

Selalunya wanita yang mengalami endometriosis mengalami tanda-tanda seperti berikut :

1. Sakit perut sebelum kedatangan haid (sengugut) 
2. Rasa sakit semasa melakukan hubungan intim bersama suami. 
3. Sukar untuk hamil 
4. Kitaran haid tidak menentu 
5. Rasa sakit bahagian bawah perut (pelvis) yang berpanjangan. 
Ada wanita yang mengalami masalah endometriosis ini dengan teruk, ada yang ringan. Jadi doktor membahagikan masalah endometrisosis ini kepada 4 tahap.

Tahap 1 minima 
Tahap 2 sederhana (mild) 
Tahap 3 sederhana teruk (moderate) 
Tahap 4 sangat teruk (severe) 
Ada kalanya masalah endometriosis ini tidak memberikan sebarang tanda. Pesakit hanya akan mengalami masalah sukar untuk hamil. 
Selalunya doktor akan melakukan pemeriksaan sebelum mendiagnosakan seorang wanita sebagai pesakit endometriosis dengan cara pembedahan ‘diagnostic laparoscopy’. Doktor akan menebuk abdomen pesakit dan memasukkan kamera untuk melihat tisu endometriosis dan keadaan organ-organ pelvis.

Ada pelbagai jenis rawatan untuk pesakit yang menghidapi endometriosis. 
Antaranya rawatan seperti : 
1. Pil penahan sakit dan pil perancang kehamilan yang mengandungi hormon estrogen dan progestrone untuk pesakit tahap 1 dan 2. 
2. Ubatan hormon sintetik yang mengandungi hormon Gonadotrophin-Releasing seperti Lucrin dan Zoladex. 
3. Pembedahan terutama bagi pesakit yang mempunyai tahap 4 endometriosis.

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    TANDA-TANDA ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Endometriosis berlaku apabila lapisan dalam rahim (endometrium) berada di luar rahim seperti di ovari, dinding pelvis, saluran fallopian, usus, faraj dan pundi kencing.
    Lapisan ini menebal dan berdarah pada setiap kali kitaran haid menyebabkan keradangan pada organ-organ dalam pelvis. Akhirnya ia menghasilkan parut, sehingga menyebabkan ovari membengkak dan saluran fallopian tersekat.

    Selalunya wanita yang mengalami endometriosis mengalami tanda-tanda seperti berikut :

    1. Sakit perut sebelum kedatangan haid (sengugut)
    2. Rasa sakit semasa melakukan hubungan intim bersama suami.
    3. Sukar untuk hamil
    4. Kitaran haid tidak menentu
    5. Rasa sakit bahagian bawah perut (pelvis) yang berpanjangan.
    Ada wanita yang mengalami masalah endometriosis ini dengan teruk, ada yang ringan. Jadi doktor membahagikan masalah endometrisosis ini kepada 4 tahap.

    Tahap 1 minima
    Tahap 2 sederhana (mild)
    Tahap 3 sederhana teruk (moderate)
    Tahap 4 sangat teruk (severe)
    Ada kalanya masalah endometriosis ini tidak memberikan sebarang tanda. Pesakit hanya akan mengalami masalah sukar untuk hamil.
    Selalunya doktor akan melakukan pemeriksaan sebelum mendiagnosakan seorang wanita sebagai pesakit endometriosis dengan cara pembedahan ‘diagnostic laparoscopy’. Doktor akan menebuk abdomen pesakit dan memasukkan kamera untuk melihat tisu endometriosis dan keadaan organ-organ pelvis.

    Ada pelbagai jenis rawatan untuk pesakit yang menghidapi endometriosis.
    Antaranya rawatan seperti :
    1. Pil penahan sakit dan pil perancang kehamilan yang mengandungi hormon estrogen dan progestrone untuk pesakit tahap 1 dan 2.
    2. Ubatan hormon sintetik yang mengandungi hormon Gonadotrophin-Releasing seperti Lucrin dan Zoladex.
    3. Pembedahan terutama bagi pesakit yang mempunyai tahap 4 endometriosis.

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    0 0 6 minutes ago
    The doctors said they cant do much for me. Aside from assist in diet and life style change...where my insurance would pay...which is not many areas due to me being on Medicaid and my treatments being holistic and not western. The hardest thing is when other chronically ill people(or people who know someone chronically ill)say things like; "well I/they have such and such and I/they work, I/they do this, i/they do that, blah blah blah...so others should be able to also..." most of us have a chronic illness that we cant help. However, lacking empathy(or only giving anywhere it serves us rather than orhers) and being a judgmental asshole are 2 things we can help. Many swear I can take meds, many try to diagnose me as other than what the doctors have(that is different than a "have you checked into such and such?"). Many like to say I'm lying or attention seeking(I admit I like attention..but the attention I'm seeking in these cases is not for me so much as those suffering and living like me. More awareness means more research and empathy for those like me. Yes, I do like attention...but not what comes with chronic illness. Like disbelief, dehumanization, pitty, and like you're a fucking liar or exaggerating. Western medication limits us and our healing. It's a closed minded way of life and is so very harmful. I cannot have betta blockers or any psychosis medications for my #depression, #anxiety, #ptsd, and more..why? #Raynauds(raynauds 2 or raynauds phenomenon, more severe than raynauds 1), #autism, #pmdd, and more. I cannot take pain killers and muscle relaxers, why? Raynauds, #fibromyalgia, PTSD, epilepsy, past addictions and more. It's one thing to be trying to be helpful. It's another to be jealous of the care and attention we receive/give ourselves and to self project. 😘 #spoonie #chronicpain #chronicillness #spooniecommunity #raynaudsphenomenon #copingdisorders #mentalhealth #pmdd #endometriosis #pcos #womenshealth

    The doctors said they cant do much for me. Aside from assist in diet and life style change...where my insurance would pay...which is not many areas due to me being on Medicaid and my treatments being holistic and not western. The hardest thing is when other chronically ill people(or people who know someone chronically ill)say things like; "well I/they have such and such and I/they work, I/they do this, i/they do that, blah blah blah...so others should be able to also..." most of us have a chronic illness that we cant help. However, lacking empathy(or only giving anywhere it serves us rather than orhers) and being a judgmental asshole are 2 things we can help. Many swear I can take meds, many try to diagnose me as other than what the doctors have(that is different than a "have you checked into such and such?"). Many like to say I'm lying or attention seeking(I admit I like attention..but the attention I'm seeking in these cases is not for me so much as those suffering and living like me. More awareness means more research and empathy for those like me. Yes, I do like attention...but not what comes with chronic illness. Like disbelief, dehumanization, pitty, and like you're a fucking liar or exaggerating. Western medication limits us and our healing. It's a closed minded way of life and is so very harmful. I cannot have betta blockers or any psychosis medications for my #depression, #anxiety, #ptsd, and more..why? #Raynauds(raynauds 2 or raynauds phenomenon, more severe than raynauds 1), #autism, #pmdd, and more. I cannot take pain killers and muscle relaxers, why? Raynauds, #fibromyalgia, PTSD, epilepsy, past addictions and more. It's one thing to be trying to be helpful. It's another to be jealous of the care and attention we receive/give ourselves and to self project. 😘 #spoonie #chronicpain #chronicillness #spooniecommunity #raynaudsphenomenon #copingdisorders #mentalhealth #pmdd #endometriosis #pcos #womenshealth

    1 0 25 minutes ago
    #CBD oil and #endometriosis 
This was bought for me by a friend who was looking for ways to help alleviate my pain. 
It’s quite strong as CBD oil goes.

It’s been most helpful with milder endo pain.
It has been helpful during flare ups too. While it hasn’t taken the pain away, it has helped me to relax. 
I’m now going to try @beyouperiod’s CBD balm as I’m so thrilled with their patches. 
Ideally, I’d like to move away from the strong prescription pain medications I’m taking and find alternative ways of managing my pain.

Recommendations on how to do that are very welcome 💛

    #CBD oil and #endometriosis
    This was bought for me by a friend who was looking for ways to help alleviate my pain.
    It’s quite strong as CBD oil goes.

    It’s been most helpful with milder endo pain.
    It has been helpful during flare ups too. While it hasn’t taken the pain away, it has helped me to relax.
    I’m now going to try @beyouperiod’s CBD balm as I’m so thrilled with their patches.
    Ideally, I’d like to move away from the strong prescription pain medications I’m taking and find alternative ways of managing my pain.

    Recommendations on how to do that are very welcome 💛

    0 0 34 minutes ago
    This is something I'm sure many people can relate to, but it still continues to surprise me just how much endo has effected by social life. 
My friends have invited me to an open air cinema tonight which I'm really excited about. But I'm also really anxious about it. There's so many things I'm worrying about, like what to wear. It's going to be warm so I want to wear something cool and summery but most of these clothes don't allow for #endobelly so what if I'm really bloated? And what if my pain flares up when I'm there? I'm not at the stage yet where I need to carry a filled hot water bottle with me wherever I go (though I have been in the past) and I'm not going to start tonight. Luckily I've recently bought some #beyou period patches which I'm still trying out so I'll use those if I need to. And what if I need to poop when I'm there? For me, when I need to go, i need to go *NOW*. I get a really bad pain any time I need to go, and if I don't poop for any reason the pain just gets worse and doesn't go away. 
These are just a few examples of things I'm worrying about for tonight and most nights, but I'm going to force myself to go out regardless and hope for the best. 
In the past I've cancelled plans and pulled out of things last minute due to the anxiety of what might happen or how bad I might be but I don't want endo to completely ruin my social life so I *WILL* go out tonight and I *WILL* enjoy myself!! 💛💛💛
#me_and_endo #endometriosissucks #endo #endometriosis #myendojourney #endometriosisjourney #1in10 #iam1in10 #chronicillness #chronicpain #findacure #periodpatch #endowarriors #womenshealth #endometriososawareness #invisibleillness #endostrong #motivation #endosister #endosisters #anxiety #endosucks

    This is something I'm sure many people can relate to, but it still continues to surprise me just how much endo has effected by social life.
    My friends have invited me to an open air cinema tonight which I'm really excited about. But I'm also really anxious about it. There's so many things I'm worrying about, like what to wear. It's going to be warm so I want to wear something cool and summery but most of these clothes don't allow for #endobelly so what if I'm really bloated? And what if my pain flares up when I'm there? I'm not at the stage yet where I need to carry a filled hot water bottle with me wherever I go (though I have been in the past) and I'm not going to start tonight. Luckily I've recently bought some #beyou period patches which I'm still trying out so I'll use those if I need to. And what if I need to poop when I'm there? For me, when I need to go, i need to go *NOW*. I get a really bad pain any time I need to go, and if I don't poop for any reason the pain just gets worse and doesn't go away.
    These are just a few examples of things I'm worrying about for tonight and most nights, but I'm going to force myself to go out regardless and hope for the best.
    In the past I've cancelled plans and pulled out of things last minute due to the anxiety of what might happen or how bad I might be but I don't want endo to completely ruin my social life so I *WILL* go out tonight and I *WILL* enjoy myself!! 💛💛💛
    #me_and_endo #endometriosissucks #endo #endometriosis #myendojourney #endometriosisjourney #1in10 #iam1in10 #chronicillness #chronicpain #findacure #periodpatch #endowarriors #womenshealth #endometriososawareness #invisibleillness #endostrong #motivation #endosister #endosisters #anxiety #endosucks

    1 0 39 minutes ago
    Right. That's me with an elephant at a sanctuary in Thailand. 
What's special about this one is it has its trunk down. According to Feng Shui that in an image represents a fertile cure.
 Full disclosure this hasn't worked for me [but the elephant was still pretty cute]. I have known about my PCOS for five years.

Polycystic Ovaries - A hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts. 
Noone knows why I have it, it's not genetic and noone else in my family [as far as I am aware] has it. 
It has pretty much affected all parts of my life. - Menstrual irregularity - Insulin resistance/weight gain
- Infertility 
And to finish it off, I have also had the blessing of heavy, irregular and painful periods which may or may not be endometriosis but hold up on that for now. 
But at the end of the day I am lucky. I found out about these conditions when I was 19! I had and have a fully supportive partner who wants kids more then life itself, I have time and [well now, not then] our own home. 
I guess this is a place for me to vent about something that isn't working, that I can't plan for and something that hurts my heart and soul. 
#infertility
#infertilityawareness 
#infertilityjourney 
#pcos 
#pcossucks 
#pcoswarrior 
#endometriosis 
#endometriosisawareness 
#endo

    Right. That's me with an elephant at a sanctuary in Thailand.
    What's special about this one is it has its trunk down. According to Feng Shui that in an image represents a fertile cure.
    Full disclosure this hasn't worked for me [but the elephant was still pretty cute]. I have known about my PCOS for five years.

    Polycystic Ovaries - A hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts.
    Noone knows why I have it, it's not genetic and noone else in my family [as far as I am aware] has it.
    It has pretty much affected all parts of my life. - Menstrual irregularity - Insulin resistance/weight gain
    - Infertility
    And to finish it off, I have also had the blessing of heavy, irregular and painful periods which may or may not be endometriosis but hold up on that for now.
    But at the end of the day I am lucky. I found out about these conditions when I was 19! I had and have a fully supportive partner who wants kids more then life itself, I have time and [well now, not then] our own home.
    I guess this is a place for me to vent about something that isn't working, that I can't plan for and something that hurts my heart and soul.
    #infertility
    #infertilityawareness
    #infertilityjourney
    #pcos
    #pcossucks
    #pcoswarrior
    #endometriosis
    #endometriosisawareness
    #endo

    2 0 46 minutes ago
    “Oh, I have that too. I take Advil and use a heating pad and it works.” -seemingly every other female who claims to “have” Endo. “Sweetheart, it’s apparent that you do not ‘have what I have’, then. ‘Cause neither of those work.” -me

#Endometriosis #6dayFlareUp

    “Oh, I have that too. I take Advil and use a heating pad and it works.” -seemingly every other female who claims to “have” Endo. “Sweetheart, it’s apparent that you do not ‘have what I have’, then. ‘Cause neither of those work.” -me

    #Endometriosis #6dayFlareUp

    1 0 47 minutes ago
    Simple overview of #endometriosis from my blog #TheEndoArchives 💛

I’ve neglected this blog for some time.
Feeling fed up and frustrated by this illness.
I want to try to spread some awareness.
So many have no clue what it’s like to deal with this every day. 
#tired #inspiredbytheendocommunity

    Simple overview of #endometriosis from my blog #TheEndoArchives 💛

    I’ve neglected this blog for some time.
    Feeling fed up and frustrated by this illness.
    I want to try to spread some awareness.
    So many have no clue what it’s like to deal with this every day.
    #tired #inspiredbytheendocommunity

    1 0 53 minutes ago
    ‘He’s my human version of a walking stick. He comes with me pretty much everywhere I go. He willingly takes time off work to attend hospital appointments with me and if we’re not together, he’s only ever a phone call or a message away. He’ll lay with me in bed on my sick days or he’ll come with me on adventures at silly times of the evening when I suddenly feel a little okay to do things. I’ve found it hard in the past finding someone or being with someone who really doesn’t understand, who doesn’t get it. It’s hard because why would they understand? Why would they get my pain? I don’t ever wish it upon anyone to experience it but all I’ve ever asked for is a little compassion. This one took me under his wing from the get go. From the minute we both swiped right. Yes we met on tinder😂🙈 and I haven’t looked back since. Never settle for someone that doesn’t understand. Find your worth. Find your human and hold onto them. I’ll forever be grateful for this one ... 🥰♥️

    ‘He’s my human version of a walking stick. He comes with me pretty much everywhere I go. He willingly takes time off work to attend hospital appointments with me and if we’re not together, he’s only ever a phone call or a message away. He’ll lay with me in bed on my sick days or he’ll come with me on adventures at silly times of the evening when I suddenly feel a little okay to do things. I’ve found it hard in the past finding someone or being with someone who really doesn’t understand, who doesn’t get it. It’s hard because why would they understand? Why would they get my pain? I don’t ever wish it upon anyone to experience it but all I’ve ever asked for is a little compassion. This one took me under his wing from the get go. From the minute we both swiped right. Yes we met on tinder😂🙈 and I haven’t looked back since. Never settle for someone that doesn’t understand. Find your worth. Find your human and hold onto them. I’ll forever be grateful for this one ... 🥰♥️

    15 2 1 hour ago
    Not my usual Friday evening meal... .
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Turkey stir fry with some potatoes.
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Might sound boring but tasted amazing. After having quite a few holidays, drinking alcohol and eating whatever I felt like I needed some structure and healthy food in my body again 💯
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My endo has flared up, hormones are all over the place, my skin is bad and I just generally feel meh! I’m carrying a lot of water, gained about 3kg and feel unfit as hell.
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 I ain’t going to lie, when I was in Italy I ate more carbs than I ever have 🐷 the pizza’s were incredible and if you know me I LOVEEE pizza 🍕 the pasta, the wine, the beers 😍 I already can’t wait to go back haha! That was just Italy haha 🙈🤣
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Was it worth it? 1000%. We need to live our life’s and do what makes us happy. I know in a few weeks I’ll feel better again but the memories will last forever!
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I’m going back to one cheat meal a week and consuming the bulk of carbs around lifting sessions. Alcohol to an absolute minimum.
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Let’s see where I’m at ins October which is one year post surgery 😃
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#tlfitness #endowarrior #endometriosis #endometriosisawareness #endostrong #female #invisibleillness #chronicfatigue #strongwomen #womenhelpingwomen #warriorchic #onlinecoaching #personaltraining #sportsmassagetherapy #grouppt #glasgowpt #healthyfood #fuelyourbody #nutrition

    Not my usual Friday evening meal... .
    -
    Turkey stir fry with some potatoes.
    -
    Might sound boring but tasted amazing. After having quite a few holidays, drinking alcohol and eating whatever I felt like I needed some structure and healthy food in my body again 💯
    -
    My endo has flared up, hormones are all over the place, my skin is bad and I just generally feel meh! I’m carrying a lot of water, gained about 3kg and feel unfit as hell.
    -
    I ain’t going to lie, when I was in Italy I ate more carbs than I ever have 🐷 the pizza’s were incredible and if you know me I LOVEEE pizza 🍕 the pasta, the wine, the beers 😍 I already can’t wait to go back haha! That was just Italy haha 🙈🤣
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    Was it worth it? 1000%. We need to live our life’s and do what makes us happy. I know in a few weeks I’ll feel better again but the memories will last forever!
    -
    I’m going back to one cheat meal a week and consuming the bulk of carbs around lifting sessions. Alcohol to an absolute minimum.
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    Let’s see where I’m at ins October which is one year post surgery 😃
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    #tlfitness #endowarrior #endometriosis #endometriosisawareness #endostrong #female #invisibleillness #chronicfatigue #strongwomen #womenhelpingwomen #warriorchic #onlinecoaching #personaltraining #sportsmassagetherapy #grouppt #glasgowpt #healthyfood #fuelyourbody #nutrition

    5 0 1 hour ago
    I wish this was something that could just disappear with a heating pad or advil , but instead its something thats in full effect whenever it wants to be and theres nothing to save you from the pain 😔
#endometriosis #silentillness #notfun

    I wish this was something that could just disappear with a heating pad or advil , but instead its something thats in full effect whenever it wants to be and theres nothing to save you from the pain 😔
    #endometriosis #silentillness #notfun

    1 0 1 hour ago
    Some say there are 5 stages of grief-denial, anger, bargaining, depression & acceptance, but when we think about them, most of us picture the process we go through when someone passes.
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These 5 stages (the Kübler-Ross model) were actually created based on work with chronically & terminally ill patients - AKA those dealing with their bodies & lives as they knew them being drastically changed.
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Although I’m not terminal & grieving for the future loss of my life, I’m sure we can all agree at some point we’ve grieved, or are still grieving, the loss of our “old” lives. The loss of simple bodily functions, the ability to exercise, to socialise, to have sex, to work, to start families. What about the feeling of losing your identity or losing hope?
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As with everything else - grieving is NOT linear. And so, with my new diagnosis, I feel myself moving from acceptance with endo & crohn’s to depression with fibro.
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Stage 1:Denial - denial & shock help you cope & make further survival possible. As you continue through the process though, denied feelings begin to surface like -
Stage 2:Anger - it’s said we use this as a coping mechanism because people know how to deal with it. I was angry for a long time. I placed the blame on doctors who got it wrong & myself for not doing more. It would lead to things such as:
Stage 3:Bargaining- telling yourself you’ll do more exercise,take more meds,eat less junk, ANYTHING. The bargaining usually comes alongside guilt. You’ll do anything to go back in time & fix it.
Stage 4:Depression - often comes because you slowly start to focus less on bargaining with the past & more with the reality of the present. You realise chronic means chronic & think you’ll be miserable forever. But it is such a necessary step in reaching:
Stage 5:Acceptance- not to be confused with the idea that you should accept needless suffering! Acceptance does not mean you give up hope & feel defeated. Instead maintaining & finding ways to live a better future, while accepting the reality of a life with illness.
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Right now, I feel I’m in 2 stages & it’s weird. I’m slowly trying to be ok with the losses/compromises, if it makes room for what I have & will gain.

    Some say there are 5 stages of grief-denial, anger, bargaining, depression & acceptance, but when we think about them, most of us picture the process we go through when someone passes.
    .
    These 5 stages (the Kübler-Ross model) were actually created based on work with chronically & terminally ill patients - AKA those dealing with their bodies & lives as they knew them being drastically changed.
    .
    Although I’m not terminal & grieving for the future loss of my life, I’m sure we can all agree at some point we’ve grieved, or are still grieving, the loss of our “old” lives. The loss of simple bodily functions, the ability to exercise, to socialise, to have sex, to work, to start families. What about the feeling of losing your identity or losing hope?
    .
    As with everything else - grieving is NOT linear. And so, with my new diagnosis, I feel myself moving from acceptance with endo & crohn’s to depression with fibro.
    .
    Stage 1:Denial - denial & shock help you cope & make further survival possible. As you continue through the process though, denied feelings begin to surface like -
    Stage 2:Anger - it’s said we use this as a coping mechanism because people know how to deal with it. I was angry for a long time. I placed the blame on doctors who got it wrong & myself for not doing more. It would lead to things such as:
    Stage 3:Bargaining- telling yourself you’ll do more exercise,take more meds,eat less junk, ANYTHING. The bargaining usually comes alongside guilt. You’ll do anything to go back in time & fix it.
    Stage 4:Depression - often comes because you slowly start to focus less on bargaining with the past & more with the reality of the present. You realise chronic means chronic & think you’ll be miserable forever. But it is such a necessary step in reaching:
    Stage 5:Acceptance- not to be confused with the idea that you should accept needless suffering! Acceptance does not mean you give up hope & feel defeated. Instead maintaining & finding ways to live a better future, while accepting the reality of a life with illness.
    .
    Right now, I feel I’m in 2 stages & it’s weird. I’m slowly trying to be ok with the losses/compromises, if it makes room for what I have & will gain.

    121 5 1 hour ago
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    This has been the most insane month, between a hardcore work schedule and trying to hold my mental health together I’m pooped 😴😴😴.
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I’ve changed over to a 90% whole foods diet, I’ve felt my mental health improve through the month as well as my psoriasis and strength in the gym 💪🥰 but unfortunately this month my period is doing a number on me which I’ve read can be normal when you change your diet.
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Today I’m dizzy; it’s a heavy bleed and I know I have to lay low on day 2 of my cycle. Lots of iron rich foods, supplements and if you have heavy bleeding, a ice pack can be so helpful to reduce flow! It sounds contradictory I know, but honestly, putting an ice pack on your abdomen helps quell the bleeding and also helps with cramps. Cinnamon can also ease your cycle, so right now I’m here with a cinnamon hot chocolate, a movie and my ice pack.
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I get anxiety around my health and if something is “off”. I start to panic but not only is this unhelpful, it’s also ok. It’s ok to feel things, panic, body fluctuations etc, fighting it will only increase your worry. Acceptance is the only 🔑 I’ve learnt.
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So here I am; accepting that today, I won’t get anything done other than honour myself, I’ll rest, recover and stop fighting what ever comes my way. I’m going to just feel. And that’s ok. ♥️. #cycleday2

    This has been the most insane month, between a hardcore work schedule and trying to hold my mental health together I’m pooped 😴😴😴.
    .
    I’ve changed over to a 90% whole foods diet, I’ve felt my mental health improve through the month as well as my psoriasis and strength in the gym 💪🥰 but unfortunately this month my period is doing a number on me which I’ve read can be normal when you change your diet.
    .
    Today I’m dizzy; it’s a heavy bleed and I know I have to lay low on day 2 of my cycle. Lots of iron rich foods, supplements and if you have heavy bleeding, a ice pack can be so helpful to reduce flow! It sounds contradictory I know, but honestly, putting an ice pack on your abdomen helps quell the bleeding and also helps with cramps. Cinnamon can also ease your cycle, so right now I’m here with a cinnamon hot chocolate, a movie and my ice pack.
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    I get anxiety around my health and if something is “off”. I start to panic but not only is this unhelpful, it’s also ok. It’s ok to feel things, panic, body fluctuations etc, fighting it will only increase your worry. Acceptance is the only 🔑 I’ve learnt.
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    So here I am; accepting that today, I won’t get anything done other than honour myself, I’ll rest, recover and stop fighting what ever comes my way. I’m going to just feel. And that’s ok. ♥️. #cycleday2

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    "Just relax and it will happen"

Ok, I relaxed. It still didn't happen. What do you suggest now? This is literally one of the absolute least favourite words of (unsolicited) advice. Oh, relax? That's all I have to do? Why didn't I think of that during the last 5 years of heartache.

The truth is relaxing may actually work for some people... But for many of us in the infertile community, that statement only makes us irritated. We have way more problems than "relaxing" can fix. It doesn't matter how many massages, how many vacations or how many days we take off from work, relaxing will never help us. Our bodies need some expensive assistance to create a baby. And relaxing isn't our treatment plan.

The phrase "Just relax" has a 0% pregnancy success rate, yet a 100% rate of annoying someone... So next time before you handover a piece of advice to people suffering from infertility, remember infertility is a disease or condition of the reproductive system. While relaxing may help with overall quality of life, the stress and deep emotions they feel are the result of infertility, not the cause of it. 
They might not share their worries, problems and concerns because talking about it still a taboo in our society... People are hesitant to talk about their journey in the fear of being judged, blamed and being the topic of the town... Also they fear of the constant questioning of what's next? yes of course I agree most of them ask in good concern but when they themselves are trying to figure out their next step, it gets difficult to explain others. Instead praise them for the strength they show and tell them that you'll do great when you become a parent!!! Spread love. Spread hope. Spread happiness ♥️
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#thebumpyride #infertilitywarrior #infertilitycommunity #infertilitysupport #infertilityawareness #ivfjourney #ivfsupport #ivfwarriors #ivfpcos #ttc #ttctribe #ttccommunity #ttcafterloss #ttcpcos #ttcsupport #ttcjourney #endowarrior #endometriosis #pcoscommunity #pcos #pcosttc #hope #tryingtoconceive #tryingtogetpregnant #pregnancyloss #babydust #ttcaftermiscarriage

    "Just relax and it will happen"

    Ok, I relaxed. It still didn't happen. What do you suggest now? This is literally one of the absolute least favourite words of (unsolicited) advice. Oh, relax? That's all I have to do? Why didn't I think of that during the last 5 years of heartache.

    The truth is relaxing may actually work for some people... But for many of us in the infertile community, that statement only makes us irritated. We have way more problems than "relaxing" can fix. It doesn't matter how many massages, how many vacations or how many days we take off from work, relaxing will never help us. Our bodies need some expensive assistance to create a baby. And relaxing isn't our treatment plan.

    The phrase "Just relax" has a 0% pregnancy success rate, yet a 100% rate of annoying someone... So next time before you handover a piece of advice to people suffering from infertility, remember infertility is a disease or condition of the reproductive system. While relaxing may help with overall quality of life, the stress and deep emotions they feel are the result of infertility, not the cause of it.
    They might not share their worries, problems and concerns because talking about it still a taboo in our society... People are hesitant to talk about their journey in the fear of being judged, blamed and being the topic of the town... Also they fear of the constant questioning of what's next? yes of course I agree most of them ask in good concern but when they themselves are trying to figure out their next step, it gets difficult to explain others. Instead praise them for the strength they show and tell them that you'll do great when you become a parent!!! Spread love. Spread hope. Spread happiness ♥️
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    #thebumpyride #infertilitywarrior #infertilitycommunity #infertilitysupport #infertilityawareness #ivfjourney #ivfsupport #ivfwarriors #ivfpcos #ttc #ttctribe #ttccommunity #ttcafterloss #ttcpcos #ttcsupport #ttcjourney #endowarrior #endometriosis #pcoscommunity #pcos #pcosttc #hope #tryingtoconceive #tryingtogetpregnant #pregnancyloss #babydust #ttcaftermiscarriage

    1,393 75 18 August, 2019
    Having experienced this myself, things need to change.
We need more education for employers and more understanding companies. .
#spoonie #spooniesisterhood #spoonies

    Having experienced this myself, things need to change.
    We need more education for employers and more understanding companies. .
    #spoonie #spooniesisterhood #spoonies

    1,054 37 22 August, 2019
    Today was a big day! We transferred our last little embryo 💙 This is our last chance this round. Please pray for our sweet little baby boy to stick and hold tight for the next 9 months! Now it’s time for this oven to cook! 💙🙏🏻
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.  #ivf #ivfjourney #embryotransfer #FET #FET2 #endometriosis #infertility

    Today was a big day! We transferred our last little embryo 💙 This is our last chance this round. Please pray for our sweet little baby boy to stick and hold tight for the next 9 months! Now it’s time for this oven to cook! 💙🙏🏻
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    . #ivf #ivfjourney #embryotransfer #FET #FET2 #endometriosis #infertility

    1,096 105 16 August, 2019
    If your illness makes you uncertain of the future, soak in these words from @thisthingtheycallrecovery — they're a reminder that bad days aren't a reflection of your worth.
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"Not only are flare days painful, exhausting and frustrating - they can also be scary. How long is this going to last for? A day/week/month? Longer? Why is this happening to me? Did I do too much? But I didn’t even do anything?
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Is this my new normal? Have I fucked it? I was just starting to see some improvements. Damn it.
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I’ve ruined it. This is my life now. I don’t want this, please please please no.
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And breathe.
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This is what living with an illness is like when there’s no known treatment or cure and very little understanding of what the condition even is. You’re left to figure these things out on your own, and it takes its toll sometimes.
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The uncertainty of my life with ME scares me, I’m not going to lie. The fact I can’t plan anything is frustrating. I am not a ‘go with the flow’ type person, but my ME is forcing me to be one.
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It’s a strange one, because I definitely can’t be spontaneous yet I feel like I can’t plan either. I need to prep rest, time and energy to have a chance of doing something, but then half the time my body decides it’s not going to work regardless.
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I don’t know how I’m going to feel when I wake up in the morning. I don’t know how I’ll feel tomorrow or next week. I just have to see how I feel on the day. And sometimes that’s difficult. Not knowing how long a flare will last can be daunting, but I try to remind myself that it isn’t automatically a massive backwards step.
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Sometimes it’s just a bad day. And you’re allowed to have those."
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Tag someone who may need this message today. ♥️
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[Image description: A red background with white handwritten text that reads ‘bad days are not always a backwards step.']

    If your illness makes you uncertain of the future, soak in these words from @thisthingtheycallrecovery — they're a reminder that bad days aren't a reflection of your worth.
    •••
    "Not only are flare days painful, exhausting and frustrating - they can also be scary. How long is this going to last for? A day/week/month? Longer? Why is this happening to me? Did I do too much? But I didn’t even do anything?

    Is this my new normal? Have I fucked it? I was just starting to see some improvements. Damn it.

    I’ve ruined it. This is my life now. I don’t want this, please please please no.

    And breathe.

    This is what living with an illness is like when there’s no known treatment or cure and very little understanding of what the condition even is. You’re left to figure these things out on your own, and it takes its toll sometimes.

    The uncertainty of my life with ME scares me, I’m not going to lie. The fact I can’t plan anything is frustrating. I am not a ‘go with the flow’ type person, but my ME is forcing me to be one.

    It’s a strange one, because I definitely can’t be spontaneous yet I feel like I can’t plan either. I need to prep rest, time and energy to have a chance of doing something, but then half the time my body decides it’s not going to work regardless.

    I don’t know how I’m going to feel when I wake up in the morning. I don’t know how I’ll feel tomorrow or next week. I just have to see how I feel on the day. And sometimes that’s difficult. Not knowing how long a flare will last can be daunting, but I try to remind myself that it isn’t automatically a massive backwards step.

    Sometimes it’s just a bad day. And you’re allowed to have those."
    •••
    Tag someone who may need this message today. ♥️
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    [Image description: A red background with white handwritten text that reads ‘bad days are not always a backwards step.']

    1,929 33 22 August, 2019
    ✨You know your body better than anyone else.⁠
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✨Your pain is real.⁠
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If some doctor doesn't believe you, or leaves you feeling invalidated because #youdontlooksick⁠, ⁠
—-> GET ANOTHER OPINION!⁠
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Visit our website to get the correct information about Endometriosis and treatment options to share with those who might need a refresher....⁠
Linkin.bio⁠ —-> vitalhealth.com
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✨How many doctors did you see before you felt heard?
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    ✨You know your body better than anyone else.⁠

    ✨Your pain is real.⁠

    If some doctor doesn't believe you, or leaves you feeling invalidated because #youdontlooksick⁠, ⁠
    —-> GET ANOTHER OPINION!⁠

    Visit our website to get the correct information about Endometriosis and treatment options to share with those who might need a refresher....⁠
    Linkin.bio⁠ —-> vitalhealth.com

    ✨How many doctors did you see before you felt heard?

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