It’s mental health awareness week. I wanted to talk about my own experience and how having a chronic illness can affect my mental health.
Author: Ilona Taylor-Conway
More and more attention is being paid to those being prescribed opioid pain killers, but what does this mean for chronic pain sufferers.
Things to do with friends, family or just yourself this bank holiday with a chronic illness.
6 ways to try to manage your pain when an endo flare up strikes.
Something a bit different this week. I’ve only been blogging for a few months but have already been able to interact with so many talented people. The Sunshine Blogger Awards was something I’d never heard of before the lovely Jess Ling over on jerserry.com nominated me.
Are treatments such as the pill or mirena coil viable options in the fight against endo? And if not why not?
When you suffer with endo, surgery can be a repeated reality but how much do we know about the options available to us?
Adenomyosis, maybe one of the only diseases in more need of awareness than endo.
So… March is finally upon us. March is endometriosis awareness month. I’ve thought long and hard about what I want to talk about this week, and I found the answer whilst scrolling through twitter. A woman called Alice Smith has been campaigning to get menstrual health on the National curriculum in England and last month
I have decided to take a break in documenting my diagnosis story to talk about something else. Writing about my endo has shown me just how much this illness has affected my relationships with others. Whether that be friends, family or my partner. I know it sounds silly to only just be really thinking about