At Covance, we are helping to develop new treatments for endometriosis and uterine fibroids. We can't do this important work without volunteers! https://www.covanceclinicaltrials.com/en-gb/?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=org&utm_campaign=healthy
We are only allowed to use a certain amount of "spoons" each day. It's hard to know which activity or task will makes us feel more tired or exhausted mentally and physically. When battling a chronic, invisible illness these are questions we have to ask ourselves. It might seem strange, but it's our reality. More
I've been trying to convince myself of this, but it's hard. I feel like I'm wasting a day if I go nap, but the truth is I have to remind myself I'm sick. Just like you need extra rest when you have the flu, I do too. And I generally feel better when I get that extra rest.
When others don’t understand « Endometriosis.org: The Global Forum Living with chronic pain and having people understand is so hard. I think this is a great article for people to read when having a family member with endometreosis
"Surviving Endometriosis!" - One woman's blog about living a life with stage IV endo and promoting awareness. She has a great post about the myths surrounding endometriosis. Check out her blog at http://endometriosissurvivor.blogspot.com/