Life After Lupron

So once or twice a month, our little group of EndoSisters gets together for food, drinks, hugs, laughter, tears, and support.  Tonight was one such meeting.  And they’re always amazing, regardless of how many, or how few, people are able to attend. One of my fellow EndoWarriors brought up an incredible question this evening, which […]

Lupron Depot: Q&A

As many of you know, I was on Lupron Depot for six months for my Endometriosis.  I wrote about my personal experiences and also how my life had changed after my last injection (and have also shared other’s experiences). Recently, a friend of mine learned he will be starting Lupron Depot to treat his prostate […]

Lupron Depot : My Experience

Many of you know I fondly refer to my Lupron Depot treatments as “Liquid Crazy injections.”  I’m happy to say that January 19, 2015, was my last Lupron Depot injection for my Endometriosis!  I had a total of six months treatment; 1 injection per month.  I was also taking the “Add Back” pill, Norethindrone, on a […]

Feel Good Fridays

Good morning, happy Friday, and happy end of April! I hope the month was okay for ya. Today’s quote is just in case it wasn’t…and you need someone to talk to. I’m always right here for you. “I don’t feel very much like Pooh today,” said Pooh. “There there,” said Piglet. “I’ll bring you tea […]

A Question for You

One of our readers, Harley, emailed me a question and I thought I’d put it out there for you to help: “Can you post and ask questions for Life after Lupron? Specifically weight gain? I’ve read the whole thread on life after lupron but still haven’t quite found a lot of information. My last shot was […]


LUPRON the worst experience in my life. My legs felt like knife sliced crackling twigs on a camp fire the first night of my needle. My hot flashes (day and night) have never gone away even after 21 years. The weight gain is impossible to get rid of. Arthritis is constant in most of my […]

Where’d I Go?

As I sobbed through my yoga…. I searched for answers again for the millionth time. I found this site. Read through many stories. Debbie’s hit me as if I was reading my own words! I had endo for 9 years before it was discovered. Through another blog like this I self-diagnosed. It took me begging […]

Share Your Story: L. George

L. George was diagnosed when they were 25 years old. Today, at 52, they share their arduous journey with us. L.’s Journey:   This is really tough to tell, as I have suffered with this awful disease for so long. I barely used to notice my periods in high school. Then, around age 21, the pain […]