Guest post by Jasmine Heyward, a non-binary contributor from the US The writer of this guest post...Read More
Category: Physical Health
Sep 25, 2020 | Physical Health
Guest post by Hannah Hoskins, founder of Not Your Grandma’s mobility aids If you are part of...Read More
‘Hysterical until proven otherwise’: how NICE is trying to tell women their pain is all in their heads
Sep 18, 2020 | Physical Health
Guest post by Ellie Hopkins, founder of the Chronically Awesome community for patients with...Read More
Appendix Has Left the Chat: ‘Why was it so easy to dismiss my pain, and write it off as hormonal or psychological?’
Mar 11, 2020 | Physical Health
Guest post by Erin Henrici from the US We have all had that paranoia, whether from binge-watching...Read More
Nov 27, 2019 | Physical Health
Guest post by Caitlin Evans I’ve tried to write this piece five times now. Which is ironic,...Read More
Nov 20, 2019 | Physical Health
Guest post by Rhian Arnold I’ve always struggled with greetings, formal or casual; I’m...Read More
Sep 18, 2019 | Physical Health
Guest post by Catherine Gladwyn I was 34 years old and it was 2011. Nothing particularly different...Read More
Jun 26, 2019 | Physical Health
Guest post by Ruth Fryman I just knew I had fibromyalgia when I went to see my then-GP, because of...Read More
Antidepressant withdrawal and serotonin syndrome: ‘I felt like I was dying, but doctors put it down to my mental health problems’
Guest post by Fiona In writing this, I am hoping to help others through my experience. I have been...Read More
Dec 12, 2018 | Physical Health
I went to doctors every month for about three years, begging them to find out why I was feeling the way I was.Read More
I wasted three years of my life being discarded by healthcare professionals, all because I was a teenage girl with a worried mother and a hard to diagnose illness.Read More
Nov 22, 2018 | Physical Health
One woman took a piece of broken glass to try to cut out her mesh implant from her vagina – such was the level of her pain, anxiety and distress at not receiving help.Read More
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