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This is what I think my uterus looks like. She's a chola. Always judging me.



Endometriosis f*cking sucks, but I don't have to

Since high school I had PAINFUL periods. I couldn't walk, I couldn't keep my tears from escaping my eyes, and worst of all, I couldn't smile. My mom told me she went through the same thing and all she was told was that it was normal, so she told me the same thing. I would go to the doctor, and they would suggest birth control as a solve-everything bandaid. It took over ten years to be diagnosed with STAGE 4 endometriosis, which I didn't even know there were stages to this mess, and 4 didn't sound so good. ​

For so long, Endometriosis took control of my life. That's why after the surgery and after researching and talking to doctors of all kinds of different approaches, I decided to take my life back. 

I made this blog with the intention of sharing my journey so others with this same sh*t don't feel alone. While I'll be focusing on endo and periods, I will also write about other things. Hope you enjoy whatever you read and a toast to all who are surviving this mess with a forced smile.

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