Monthly Archives: November 2013

Acupuncture relief and hope renewed

Hi everyone. Hope you are enjoying your weekend. So homeopathy wasn’t effective enough for me so we decided to go for acupuncture. Once again, we did some research and decided on the practitioners with the best reviews on endometriosis and … Continue reading

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More on alternative therapies

Hi everyone. Thank you for all the comments and stories. Your encouragements and support mean a lot. It was a blessing to know the cyst had at least stopped growing. I didn’t know what l would have done if it … Continue reading

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My endometriosis story- the conclusion

Hi everyone, this is the concluding part of yesterday’s story.   I missed several lectures and deadlines due to this pain. I eventually went to see my GP and was sent for another scan. This time, they found out l … Continue reading

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My endometriosis story pt1

Hi everyone.  I would like to defer posting about alternative therapies today in favour of this poignant story sent in by a blog visitor. This young sister has been and is still going through so much and l’m extremely touched … Continue reading

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Acupuncture relief

Hi everyone. Thank you all so much for your stories and comments. They were much appreciated. Please keep them coming After my 3rd operation in 2009, my husband and l decided to avoid hospitals for a while and seek alternative … Continue reading

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Low Libido

Hi everyone. Hope you all had a good weekend Low libido is a very sensitive issue for women with endometriosis and for a Nigerian woman like myself, embarrassing to talk about. This could be because as a married woman, you … Continue reading

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Endo- an overview

Hi everyone. Thanks for all your comments and please keep them coming. Tell us your coping mechanisms and how they help you to live a normal life.   A quick overview of endometriosis- According to the NHS choices website, endometriosis … Continue reading

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