This part of Worry Head blog is about endometriosis, it gives you all the necessary knowledge about the most common, yet still unheard of by the majority of people illness.
Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Endometriosis can affect women of any age. It’s a long-term condition that can have a significant impact on your life, but there are treatments that can help.
The endometriosis blog is about an invisible and brutal illness that affected my wife and at the same time shaped my life as her husband.
Fibromyalgia and endometriosis.
Primarily, my wife was diagnosed with endometriosis and fibromyalgia was just another physiological process that affected her afterward.
How common is it to be struggling with multiple medical conditions? When it comes to chronic illness, many women experience just that.… [read more]
How to cope with a chronically ill spouse?
I can summarize it in one sentence – focus on changing yourself rather than “fixing” your partners health.
I hear you say, “it’s easier said than done mate!”
Yep! Sure, but if you are new to this blog, I can tell you one thing – it is certainly possible… [read more]
Avute vs chronic pain.
My wife suffers from endometriosis and fibromyalgia. She used to experience daily, excruciating pain but never knew the reason behind it.
During the period of time, from experiencing her first symptoms until the day of endometriosis diagnosis, M experienced a lot of anxiety and developed depression which almost costed her life… [read more]
Endometriosis can affect women of any age. It’s most common in women in their 30’s and 40’s.
It is a long-term condition that has a significant impact on your life. There are many treatments that can help to ease it. Endometriosis affects 1 out of 10 women… [read more]
Endometriosis and stress.
“Please God help me!!! I am struggling so much to function. I just have one health problem after another for the last 4 years.
I gave up dancing, the thing that I love because of chronic back pain, I gave up my social life because I never feel well enough to see my dance friends anymore… [read more]
How to explain endometriosis pain to a guy?
- How to explain endometriosis?
- How to explain endometriosis pain?
- How to explain endometriosis pain to a guy?
- How to explain endometriosis to my boss?
You will find all the answers inside the article… [read more]
Just because you can’t see it it doesn’t mean it isn’t real!
If there is one complaint wives have about their husbands, it is that they do not express their love often enough. In fact, some come home from work and just sit on their backsides, watching mindless TV, and drinking beer.
Instead of being helpful, they are your liability. That was never the case in our relationship… [read more]
Painful period. Help me help you help her.
The main objective of this article is to try and understand the point of view of those who support the women in the battle with endometriosis.
I want to raise awareness about the illness, which is very common but it is not recognisable by millions of people around the world… [read more]
While I write this I am currently about to have my 6th period in 4 months and I have been suffering acid reflux, gas, and period cramps for a week already.
This morning I feel nauseous, just want my period to come to release the pressure and get it over with!
I had a few tears last night… [read more]
Letters from a husband…
Loving someone with a chronic illness isn’t different from loving someone without the pain. I met my wife before her first symptoms started. It took some time for her to be diagnosed.
You could circle the world on the boat and my wife’s endometriosis still wouldn’t be discovered... [read more]
What do heavy periods mean?
Among period clots there are many disturbing signs which can lead you to find some clues of what might be happening to you. I wanted to stress the subject of period problems because there is somewhat stigma attached to it.
Besides, since this blog is dedicated to chronic illness, it would be unwise of me not to mention endometriosis… [read more]
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The very fact that you cannot explain how you feel, or you’re simply fed up with endless repeating, that makes you feel stressed.
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