My Laparoscopy: One Year On

This time last year I was anxiously sitting on a hospital bed waiting for my laparoscopy, although I didn’t realise just how long I’d be waiting. I arrived at 7:30am ready to be admitted, put on my hospital gown, compression socks and hospital underwear and waited in my bed on the ward. Throughout the morning […]

Common Accompanying Illnesses: PCOS

Over the next couple of blog posts I will be discussing some of the other illnesses that can commonly affect people with endometriosis. Please note that you do not have to have endometriosis to suffer from any of these conditions, and this list is not exhaustive. There are many other conditions that can be experienced […]

How to help your partner understand your endometriosis

I always find it difficult to explain to people just how much endometriosis can affect me, and how it makes me feel. It’s a very unique pain that can be hard to understand if you have never experienced. This puts our partners in a very difficult position, because it can’t be easy to support someone […]