Endometriosis Stole My Life For 6 Years – Video Blog Part 1

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Now that I am almost 6-weeks post op for endometriosis excision surgery and a partial hysterectomy, I feel my brain slowly clearing up and my body is really starting to feel better. My energy levels are improving and I am sleeping through the night without having to wake up several times to use the bathroom!! Yes!

Unfortunately, my migraines have not gone away so that’s one thing I will still have to address after all of this but I am not in chronic pain anymore and my bladder issues are mostly resolved so I find that to be a HUGE win.

This video is the first part of my 4 part video series. Part 1 is just a 20-minute video – a quick snippet of the last 6-years and what I’ve been through. I get emotional just thinking about everything I’ve been through. How isolated, alone and depressed I’ve been for the last 3 years as my health declined. I want to help others realize Endometriosis is not just a bad period. It’s not just killer cramps. I suffered from so many other symptoms which I (and doctors) had no idea were a correlation with this horrific chronic illness. For now, my Endometriosis is being managed from my recent excision surgery. It can come back at any time, but I believe I can recognize the signs better and will at least not feel alone and confused in my own body.

This disease affects your ENTIRE life. I pushed through all the hurdles and I will push through the follow-up. Rest assured I will not allow Endometriosis to get the best of me. I hope you enjoy my story.

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Rebecca – The Boss Lady

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  1. Hi!
    Thank you for sharing your story- so many people don’t know about endo.
    I’m currently considering a hysterectomy as I’m in severe pain all the time and adenomyosis is a possibility.
    I wanted to ask- how did you find out you had adenomyosis before deciding to have a hysterectomy? I’ve heard some people have been able to be diagnosed via MRI but most the time I hear it’s by a pathology report post hysterectomy.
    Thank you again.

  2. Your story is also mine. I am in tears. My hysterectomy was 6 days ago. I am still feeling pretty rough, but hopeful. Thank you for sharing.

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