Guided Meditation for PCOS

Guided Meditation for PCOS

I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) many years ago and for years I suffered from pain, anger, and frustration. The symptoms of PCOS are horrible – unwanted hair, pimples, severe premenstrual syndrome (severe PMS), weight gain, sweating, hair...

Do You Have PCOS and Endometriosis? Here’s 3 Things To Do

When I was diagnosed with endometriosis and PCOS in 2011…I felt like the world was just falling apart. I still remember the tears as I was on the drive home from the doctors. What was I going to do? What did this mean for my future? Would I ever have kids? Was I...
Why I Won’t Let Endometriosis Ruin My Life

Why I Won’t Let Endometriosis Ruin My Life

 I’m sitting on a birthing ball looking down at my ever-expanding belly. A kick, then another reminds me of the beautiful baby growing inside. At seven months it’s still hard to wrap my mind around it. I’m really pregnant.  When I look back...
Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Kate Orman

Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Kate Orman

It’s the third week of my #EndoCantTakeMyHappy project and what a great day to think about happiness! Today is International Happy Day, a day celebrated around the world to reclaim happiness. It got me thinking of how many people around the world are struggling...
Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Tara Hilton

Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Tara Hilton

Tara lives in Newark, Delaware. She was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2006. This is her story. It began with a surgery that left her family in shock. “I was first diagnosed after undergoing surgery to remove two large cysts on each of my ovaries that...
Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Zarina

Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Zarina

Zarina lives in Jacksonville, Florida. She was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2003. This is her story. “When I was first diagnosed with endometriosis, I was relieved to know the pain wasn’t in my head,” says Zarina. There was comfort in knowing that...