Living in Manchester, Ashlea was 21 when she was diagnosed with Endometriosis. Today she’s 29 years old and shares her Journey with us.
Ashlea’s Journey: I wish there was a cure out there. It effects lives, effects careers, effects relationships…
The awareness needs to be made so other people wouldn’t have to go through what I have at the age of 29.
I have had 10 surgeries, numerous pills & medications injections, I have had a complete hysterectomy at age 25, I was told I would never be able to have children. However, I’m so lucky I got my miracle baby at age 22.
And just recently Feb. of last year I had laparotomy and left salpingo oophprectomy, because the small percent chance after my hysterectomy of the endo coming back was me I got it back I went through all that for nothing.
I am now in early menopause I am age 29 this a horrible illness has took over my life and career. I have to deal with this emotionally and physically all because off endometriosis. Since all these surgeries my bones are all weaker my muscles are weaker I have back problems bone problems, for such a young age this horrible disease as affected my everything I wish everyone had the knowledge and facts of this horrible disease we need this out there it’s effecting to many women I wish there was also a cure that could change life’s before it changes you. happy to share my story and endo journey.
Keep in there, we are strong we can do this! We will all support eachother you need good people around you! And just because this horrible disease can’t be seen doesn’t mean your being mard or hard on yourself we need a cure we need the help
Words of Advice: Keep in there, we are strong we can do this! We will all support eachother you need good people around you! And just because this horrible disease can’t be seen doesn’t mean your being mard or hard on yourself we need a cure we need the help
If you wish to contact Ashlea, you can email her.
I want to send a special Thank You out to Ashlea for being brave enough to share her story!
And if YOU would like to share your story, you can do so by clicking here. The best part about this disease is the strong network of love and support from our fellow EndoSisters, and our friends and family, too.