They say sciatic Endometriosis is very rare, but TR has it. Diagnosed this year, at the young age of 24, she shares her story with us.
TRs’ Journey: For several months I have had endometriosis in my legs and feet as well as in my bladder and lower back. My particular type of endo is the sciatica type. Every month I started feeling warm tingly pain especially in my stomach, legs and feet. Even on normal days I still had pain in my thighs. Sciatica endo is not the most commonest type of endo so answers were kind of hard to find online etc.
Words of Advice: Persist in diagnoses.
If you would like to reach out to TR for more information about her sciatica Endo, or her journey, she’s allowed me to share her email with you today.
I want to send a special Thank You out to TR for being brave enough to share her journey with us today!! Know that you’re not alone with your sciatic-Endo. Although rare, it does happen. I hope you’re able to find relief. Yours, Lisa.
And if YOU would like to share your story, I would love to share it on our blog. The best part about this disease is the strong network of love and support from our fellow EndoWarriors, and our friends and family, too.