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While you likely know about endometriosis, there’s another disease that presents with similar symptoms but is often overlooked, misdiagnosed and left out of the discussion. You may not have even heard about adenomyosis, with many first finding out about the disease upon diagnosis – Sara Amos found herself in this situation. This is her journey with adenomyosis.
In light of Endometriosis Awareness Month, I Quit Sugar’s own Clara Mearns reveals her arduous journey to finally getting her endometriosis diagnosis after years of pain and medical gaslighting. This is her story.
As something of an invisible sibling to the more well-known endometriosis, adenomyosis is a disease that brings its sufferers a double whammy of trouble as they experience both the typical normalisation and underestimation of their pain and a higher rate of misdiagnosis. Here’s what you need to know.
Not even wildlife warrior and powerhouse conversationist Bindi Irwin is safe from the widespread medical gaslighting of women in pain – this Endometriosis Awareness Month, the 24-year-old shares her story. Plus, I Quit Sugar's own Clara Mearns shares her experience with the debilitating condition – and the long road to a diagnosis.
With International Women’s Day upon us, we’ll be delving into all things health. The medical industry has a long history of overlooking women’s symptoms, not to mention the damaging phenomenon of medical gaslighting of women's pain. We’ll be diving into a few of the common and dangerous myths.
With Endometriosis Awareness Month well underway, we decided it’s worth unpacking a few of the major signs and symptoms of the condition – especially considering the masses of people who go undiagnosed, not to mention the long journey through debilitating pain to finally receive a diagnosis.
Years after starting premature menopause at the age of 26, Georgina was told she couldn't have kids. Here’s how she proved them wrong.
When Maria Linehan started experiencing perimenopause symptoms, she couldn’t get any answers from friends, nor could she get any support from her doctor. Having struggled with intense symptoms and deeply-entrenched societal taboos, the mum of 2 set out on her own health journey.
We’re seeing rising bids for paid menstrual and menopause leave here in Australia with many hoping to bring policies up to scratch with the health needs of those suffering from debilitating symptoms.
If you’ve been feeling unusually tired lately or been struggling with brittle, damaged hair that won’t improve despite the countless masks and treatments you try, it could be down to an iron deficiency. Here are 4 signs you need to up your dose of this essential nutrient.
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