Warrior Wall Day 2 (official announcement)

It took me 11 years and 7 Dr. to get a diagnoses. In that time I had multiple complications that had the potential to be life threatening.
Unfortunately this story is not unique. One study showed that 1 in 10 women have endometriosis. Endometriosis is one if the least understood and under funded disease processes known to the medical community.

Before excision I had a doctor tell me I just needed to give up on my career and dreams as an equestrian and take some anxiety medications. My surgery enabled me to be a able to continue on in my career and gave me hope that I could still achieve my dreams.

That is where you all come in. You see, one of my dreams has been to ride on horse back from Mexico to Canada. After my health struggles I have a new dream, not just to ride across the country but to do so with the goal of raising endometriosis awareness and to collect funds for patient first endometriosis non-profits.

To raise money for my awareness ride and non-profit campaign we dreamt up the warrior wall project. Our goal is to create a community work of art with anyone who struggles with endometriosis. We ask that you submit a picture of yourself holding a sign that says “I am a warrior” along with any art or quotes you would like added to the wall. If you submit your picture we ask you to either donate even just a small amount or agree to share the project online.

Please join me!

“My name is Kianna.
I have endometriosis.
I am not hysterical.
I am a warrior.
I will not stay silent.”

To donate you can use Venmo (@Kianna-Scott)

Go fund me: https://www.gofundme.com/warrior-wall-project

Or in person

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