Guest post by Laura Teare-Jones, for PMDD Awareness Month IAPMD (The International Association for...Read More
Category: Menstrual Health
Q&A with Dr Natalya Danilyants from the US Dr Natalya E. Danilyants, M.D. is a laparoscopic...Read More
Guest post by women’s health artivist Alicja Pawluczuk Medical misogyny sucks. Medical...Read More
Endometriosis: ‘It pains me to say, but I knew I’d be taken more seriously now I could say sex was painful too’
Guest post by Dominique from Switzerland I am 26 years old and was diagnosed with endometriosis...Read More
Guest post by Emma Williams-Tully I really am not one of those people who knows all the...Read More
‘Why did I have to climb the endometriosis treatment ladder, just to get the procedure we knew would help?’
Guest post by Anusha Gandhi from Canada I was 14 – FOURTEEN – at the time they put me...Read More
Guest post by Alice Brooks My body has never really functioned properly. So, as the years passed,...Read More
‘I chose not to have children so I wouldn’t be in pain anymore. But in fact, I ended up in even more pain.’
Guest post by Vicki Shattock I started my periods at primary school, age ten, and they were...Read More
Endometriosis & PCOS: ‘I gave up on trying to seek help. I told myself maybe this is all in my head’
Jan 26, 2021 | Menstrual Health
Guest post by Isabel Dunmore I’ve had far more internal scans than I care to count. Living with...Read More
‘It took 23 years to be diagnosed with endometriosis; I’ve lost count of how many times I visited the doctors’
Dec 16, 2020 | Menstrual Health
Guest post by Dee Montague Fun fact: I was born with asthma, and no healthcare professional has...Read More
Endometriosis: ‘As I lay clenching my stomach in agony, I heard the physician saying my pain was all psychological’
Nov 19, 2020 | Menstrual Health
Guest post by Sarah Harris I was only 9 years old when I got my first period. I remember being...Read More
Nov 10, 2020 | Menstrual Health
Guest post by Nathalie Saunders Nathalie is a queer, mixed race writer, who lives with multiple...Read More
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