Sign Petition to Raise Awareness During National Endometriosis Awareness Month

Thanks to Jeanne over at Endo Blog for working extremely hard to help raise awareness for Endometriosis, a debilitating yet little understood chronic illness millions of women worldwide suffer from.  If you would like to sign Jeanne’s petition to help support Endometriosis awareness, please click THIS LINK, read the information on the page, then click at the bottom to complete the petition.

If you would like to learn more about Endometriosis, please visit Endo Blog and my article on National Endometriosis Awareness Month.  You can also view many Endometriosis websites and blogs via my Resources page.

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  1. Sandy,

    You rock!! Thank you so much for posting this! You made my night with this post. It is so nice to see endometriosis finally getting some buzz… as it has been just recently.

    With 89 million women and girls having endometriosis worldwide, there certainly needs to be awareness about it.

    Endometriosis is more common than AIDS and more common than cancer, according to Ohio State University Medical Center (http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/patientcare/healthcare_services/gynecological_health/gynecological_statistics/Pages/index.aspx).

    Your assistance in getting the word out is so appreciated!!!

    For twitter users, we’re marking all endometriosis-related twitter messages with:

    #endo

    This is creating even more awareness about endometriosis and is helping us make the most of Endometriosis Awareness Month.

    Thank you, Sandy!!

    Jeanne

  2. Hi Jeanne! You are so very welcome! I love your passion for getting the word out about Endo and chronic illness. We have to stick together, girl, to win this fight! 🙂

  3. I hate that my uterus is the size of a football. I am so bloated and feel horrible. I am so cranky and eat all day because i am depressed.

  4. I am not well. My uterus is the size of a football. I eat all day because I am depressed.

  5. I was in a lot of pain before I finally found a surgeon who would operate for what he thought was a hernia! Years later an Ob-Gyn told me I could not have had Endo because I had already had a hysterectomy. Unbelievable, but true! We have to be our own advocate and even then we are treated like innocent, unedu-
    cated children!

  6. I really appreciate what you post here, very refreshing and intelligent. One thing though, I’m running Firefox on Debian and parts of your layout pieces are a little broken. I realize it’s not a popular setup, but it is still something to watch out for. Just giving you a heads up.

  7. Erick Jobe says:

    My wife suffers from Endometriosis and I deeply feel for her. She is also a breast cancer survivor. She’s a trooper though. Never fails to smile and her faith is unmeasurable! I don’t know what I would do without her.

  8. I am really feel sorry for erick jobe.
    “My wife suffers from Endometriosis and I deeply feel for her. She is also a breast cancer survivor. She’s a trooper though. Never fails to smile and her faith is unmeasurable! I don’t know what I would do without her.”

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