Coast & Clearing Bath Salt Review

Hello all, I hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving! As we near christmas many of us will do a little extra shopping and I wanted to share a couple of products with you guys that I have really enjoyed. Maybe you can get them for a friend or family member that struggles with chronic…

Take the Gravel and Make a Pearl

So a friend of mine posted on a controversial topic. Another guy commented with a counter argument and I responded with some data from a statistical analysis. I was respectful and did not make any personal stabs. Evidently he didn’t have a come back so he replied with the comment seen in the picture bellow….

Because, If You Don’t Laugh You Cry

So much relatable advice and a lot of laughs in this video. “Even when your body is weak your spirit can be strong… and whatever you do, never ever order a wig off the internet” Image credit goes to Cancergirlllc

The Journey of Healing

So as anyone reading this blog will know im undergoing treatments for both stage four endometriosis and a form of carcinogenic mutations of an endometrioid lesion near my right ovary. The side effects and experiences has been trying. I’ve learning a lot both good and bad and want to share. I hope this will help…

Endometriosis and Joint Pain/Muscle Aches

Endometriosis is a pelvic inflammatory disease, most of us know this. Peritoneal fluid (the lubricating liquid that lines the abdominal cavity and organs of the abdomen) in women with endometriosis tends to have elevated macrophages (a type of white blood cell) that produce pro-inflammatory cytokines and other factors that cause inflammation in the abdomen and,…

Microbiome Effects on Systemic Estrogen

There is undeniable proof that our diet can have an impact on our overall health. The questions here is can it really help control the symptoms and spread of endometriosis? Unfortunately nutrients and endometriosis are two under researched fields of medicine. Even so, we can look at the data that does exist and conclude diet…

Endo Knows No Age

Endometriosis affects all ages, symptoms can start as early as a girl’s first period and continue long after menopause. Most people don’t know that little girls can suffer from endometriosis and, therefore, they often suffer the symptoms of endo unmanaged through their early school years. This often continues until ( if ever) they get diagnosed…

Annemarie’s Story

Hello fellow warriors and friends! I hope this weekend meets you well. A few posts ago I brought up the topic of how endometriosis can affect women of all ages from birth to death. And while the common public views endometriosis as a disease that affects women of “prime” childbearing age (20’s to early 40’s)…

Link Between Cancer and Endometriosis

Hello fellow warriors, I ask you to read this entire post before formulating your opinion. I know this is a touchy topic in the endometriosis community and I want to give all sides due justice. Today I will be speaking about the relation between endometriosis and multiple kinds of cancer, with a focus on clear…