…you shouldn’t have to live with Endo pain

The Trouble With Endo Pain Is That It Is Invisible

Isn’t it true,

The worst thing anyone can say to you is “but you don’t look sick”.

Don’t fall into the trap of having to justify yourself, or the fact that you need yet another sick day or a moment or two to go and lay on the floor to stretch your aching back and stomach, or that you just polished off another box of painkillers in the office medicine box.

As a teenager I was unfortunate to also have both my mother and my GP tell me:

“Pull yourself together, it’s just Women’s problems”.

So the message I got was either I was imagining the pain or

exaggerating it to get attention.

Unfortunately it did make me feel that the suffering I was going through was ‘normal’ and that I should endure it as part of being a woman. Did this happen to you?

I would like to think that today there is much more known about Endo and we are more open in our discussions about our conditions, that women don’t have to suffer this sort of treatment.

More importantly, it would be great to know that because of increasing awareness, Endo sufferers are not simply dealing with the pain, they are actively seeking and searching for answers and solutions.

Thank goodness for the internet and the amazing forums and support groups on-line that can encourage women to be pro-active about Endo. If you are part of one of these sites, I commend you and encourage you to keep posting supportive comments and advise based on what you have discovered.

In the meantime, here are some useful links and inspiration that might help you with your own personal battle to beat the pain.

Please contact me if you have any questions about forums and support groups in your area.

 

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Lynete Cook - 4 years ago Reply

Downloaded your book on my kindle as my 19 year old daughter recently was diagnosed with severe case of endo and has much pain and never feels well. Could you tell me what vitamin pack you take as I would like to get these for her to start taking. Also do you have a book with nutrition info with recipes so we can learn how to change our diet and eat healthy to benefit her and hopefully elimate the symptons from endo she is having? Any suggestions and guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you!

    admin - 4 years ago Reply

    Hi Lynete,

    Thanks so much for reading the book and getting in touch.
    It is wonderful that your daughter has been diagnosed so quickly, even though this is an awful issue at least you know what you are dealing with.

    I take a product called LifePak Nano – It has all of the vital nutrients I mentioned in the book plus Omega Oils which are like super conductors to get the nutrients in through the cell walls.. I am not sure where you live but if you go to http://www.nuskin..com you might find your country on the list.
    If you order please use this code to get wholesale prices – ASW9312850.

    Yes, there is a nutrient guide on my website that is free and might be useful for you. It doesn’t have recipes as such but does give tips on if the fruit or vege should be cooked or not to get the most benefit. Just go to http://www.lisajfaith.com and you will see it under “free book”.

    I do hope this helps for your daughter. It is wonderful that you are supporting her and looking at what to add into your diet as well as what you cut out (dairy, wheat, sugar). Keeping a food diary is also helpful so you can track what might make the symptoms (pain) worse as often it’s days after you eat something that you get a reaction.

    Please email me if you have any other questions and let me know how you get on with the Nano and other information from the book.

    Kindest Regards and my best wishes of support to your daughter.

    L

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