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  • Writer's pictureRoop Bassra

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month

Updated: Dec 1, 2020

One year ago today I started this site to raise awareness about Endometriosis & Adenomyosis. I didn’t want to stand with this alone, I didn’t want to be in it alone and alone is how it made me feel 1 in 10 have Endometriosis. That’s 176 million people worldwide but yet we still don’t know how this illness occurs or the cure for it

Photography: Ishu Kler Creative

Women are suffering daily from not just pain, but loss of life. We may be breathing but we are not living This concept can be hard to understand when the person standing before you looks like a normal healthy person. I hear “but you don’t look or act sick” all the time. While it’s great to not look sick, it’s unfortunate too because no one is able to see all the damage on the inside The pain, the suffering, the sleepless nights, the anxiety, the fatigue, the fear, the tears, the thoughts of when will this end??

Photography: Ishu Kler Creative

And then realizing that this is a battle for the rest of your life because that’s what a chronic illness is Endo will always remain so I’ve chosen to accept it and not let it take over who I am. I have to do many things to make sure I can keep going and it’s hard work This disease has made me feel weak many times but strangely enough, it’s what has given me the strength and confidence I have today This month I’m going to be sharing more about Endometriosis but in the form of a head to toe assessment, allowing us to see how this is a whole body illness March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Spread the word🎗

Roop Bassra, RN

BSc Psychology, BSc Nursing


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