T.E. was diagnosed with Endometriosis when she was 28 years old. Now 31, she shares her story with us:
T.E.’s Journey: I was diagnosed with Endo around 28. I saw my gynecologist for painful sex and cyst rupture after sex and he recommended me seeing an infertility doctor for possible Endo. I saw the specialist and he said I did have chocolate cysts and suggested surgery to get a good look at what’s going on. I had the surgery; I did have lesions and my chocolate cysts were drained. I also had a low count of eggs at the time so I had to decide if I wanted to have kids now or never so I never started the pill after surgery.
Fast forward six months, I was back in pain and now till this day, I have had new symptoms arise. Hip pain and the bottom of my feet are new symptoms. I walk for a living so it’s been difficult. I still get leg pain, which is not even around the time of my period and mood swings. I also get lower back pain and severe cramps. My infertility doctor says he can’t do anything else for me so I have been trying other ways. I saw a holistic doctor and went that way and it did help, but the pain came back. I’m going to try acupuncture soon. Wish me luck!!
I want to send a special Thank You out to T.E. for being brave enough to share her personal story and struggle with us today. Wishing you the BEST of luck with acupuncture!! You are a beautiful, brave, and strong woman. Thank you!!!
And if YOU would like to share your story, please let me know. The best part about this disease is the strong network of love and support from our fellow EndoWarriors, and our friends and family, too.
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Thanks for sharing your story TE. I’m helps to hear how other symptoms have manifested and to know we aren’t alone. After years of pain I did try acupuncture and was amazed. Ask your doctor about Moxa too! It was a game changer for cramps, these little incense sticks you place in spots near any source of pain. They heat up and mimic acupuncture at home and they’re affordable!! Good luck with your continued healing. ❤️