I’ve been a busy bee

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So I’ve been crazy busy this past month…Obviously not busy researching or blogging, and for that I apologize.  We’ve been busy renovating our new house and packing for a move.  We move on December 19th, so I promise you after the move and holidays I’ll have time and energy to devote back to the blog and our shared disease.

If you have any questions or concerns or want to talk in the meantime, please feel free to reach out to me. 🙂

I’ll be back in the swing of things soon.

Yours,
Lisa

 

Watch The Leaders in Endometriosis Support & Research

thank you, Dr. MacKoul, for posting this.

Dr. Paul MacKoul

More than 5M women in the U.S. struggle with endometriosis, a complex GYN condition causing severe pain with every monthly cycle. It is an often misunderstood disease and it can affect personal relationships, work, self esteem, and fertility. Unless endometriosis is experienced first hand, it is hard to convey just how all consuming the symptoms are.Endo-Champion-bannerGeneral practitioners and OBGYNs may dismiss the severity of the symptoms and classify severe menstrual pain and heavy bleeding as normal. The number of medical professionals who are experienced at diagnosing and skilled at effectively removing endometriosis are limited. There is a great need for research, awareness and better medical training.

Top organizations in endometriosis support & research provide the most up-to-date information available and they have been drawing together to get more recognition for endometriosis within the medical industry. Keep an eye on the leaders: Endometriosis Foundation of AmericaEndometriosis Research Center, Nancy’s Nook on…

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Truth, Theory, or Tall Tale?

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Stress may affect your Endometriosis symptoms, flare-ups, and growth.

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We all know that stress can do some interesting things to your body, as well as really cause a lot of unnecessary emotions, panic attacks, short tempers, and freak outs.  But can it do anything to your Endo?  Yes.  Studies have shown that it exacerbate your symptoms.  Want to know more?  Or need ideas on how to de-stress?  Click here to read the studies or for tips & tricks on lowering your stress!