That was quick! And not an atrocious wait either... ball is now rolling for #endo issues number two 💛 Oddly enough feeling better right this moment than I have done in MONTHS... maybe because I know I'm on the way to getting more answers and taking my health into my own hands once more.
Lesson learnt from last time Not to be fobbed with "get the mirena" before being discharged. I didn't get anywhere last time 🙊
I know that I'm one of the luckier ones. My pain is bad and OTC painkillers don't touch it but I can still work and I can still have some kind of life at certain points (though when pain hits I'm sorry but I'm not leaving my joggers or the house!) and for that I'm truly grateful. I just... it shouldn't end at diagnosis.
My last doc was LOVELY but you know what she advised "Just have a baby". I couldn't believe it. I'm not in the position to have a child (nor would I bring another being into this world purely to rid me of my pain) but I couldn't believe that that was the best 'treatment plan' she could advise... Have any other #endosisters been told the same
#mildendometriosis #endometriosisawareness #endometriosis #chronicpain #endowarrior #endosister #gynae #gynaecology #pelvicpain #chronicpelvicpain #exhausted #iamoneinten #1in10 #nhs #medical #referral #medicalreferral
Good Morning! Our well renowned gynaecologist, Dr. Dery consults every Monday and Thursday at our Dansoman branch!
Days: Monday and Thursday
Location: Dansoman Control, Opp. the old Dansoman Police Station
Phone: 0245-100-654/ 0302-778-592
We have SIX FREE sessions per client on the revolutionary Emsella Chair, available to clients able to participate in a trial and give feedback. All you need is 6x30 minutes available from 9am to 5pm between now and 15th February. Apply and share, link in bio.
Just sitting in this chair promises to treat urinary incontinence, restore pelvic floor muscles and even enhance sexual pleasure.
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After repeatedly leaking small amounts of urine, Jackie Trickey consulted her GP, and was diagnosed with vaginitis (a non-serious inflammation of the vagina). When Jackie attempted to apply her prescribed oestrogen cream using an applicator, she found herself bleeding – so she returned to her GP for a second opinion.
After being referred to a consultant, Jackie was diagnosed with vaginal cancer. She underwent 25 rounds of radiotherapy, followed by 5 rounds of chemotherapy, which hit her extremely hard. . “I’ve been to hell and back; but now getting on with my life, and happy to say that I am now 4 years cancer-free. I am here, now starting a new chapter down in Kent, enjoying life as ‘Grannie’ to my beautiful granddaughter, and going to Greece in October… Life does not always end with a diagnosis, thankfully”.
Jackie implores women to get to know what’s normal for their body, and, if something out of the ordinary happens, to consult their GP. To read more on the signs, symptoms and treatment of vaginal cancer, visit eveappeal.org.uk/gynae-cancers.
#vagina #vaginalcancer #cancer #gynae #gynaehealth #health #womenshealth #wellbeing #womenswellbeing #charity #awareness #eveappeal #getlippy #talkingtaboos #knowyourbody #knowyournormal #chemotherapy #cancerawareness #casestudy