The overall quality of my life has really improved
I was diagnosed with Endometriosis in 2011 after laparoscopic surgery. With Endometriosis cell/particles migrate …
I was diagnosed with Endometriosis in 2011 after laparoscopic surgery. With Endometriosis cell/particles migrate outside of the uterine cavity and every month during menstruation they swell, and bleed by they have nowhere to go, building up inside the body.
This is very painful; they compare the pain of Endometriosis to the pain of labour. It is not curable; it is also the leading cause of infertility. And it meant that I was right all along, I had Endometriosis.
I used to endlessly complain to my doctors and specialist about my painful periods, and I could not get married and left my career because of how sick I was. It touched on every aspect of my life. This is a prime example of what a disease like this can do. For me it took a big wrecking ball, leaving behind wreckage that is irreparable. Having hormone problems was one thing, but because the diagnosis came so late on into the condition, I also developed PMDD which is an extreme form of PMS. Each week before my periods I would turn into a mean, crazy monster, lashing out and getting emotional, irrational, angry and upset more than usual. I was very unstable with my moods and felt very anxious up to and around the time of my cycle. I never had a bad period in the past decade but all that changed. My doctors and my specialist were not listening to me and were belittling my condition because of the old stigma that 'all women have pain during their periods' but I was not prepared to accept this after having suffered over 4 years, without a reasonable explanation. Most women do have pain with their periods. In cases of Endometriosis, it is not normal period pain, it is excruciating, debilitating, and affects your whole life.
Symptoms of Endometriosis:
Back pain normally lower back pain
Heavy bleeding during menstruation
leg pains like aching or sometimes described as shooting pains
Diarrhoea. Painful urination or bowel movements
Pain before and during periods
Difficulty in fulfilling work and social commitments
For such a long time, Endometriosis made my life physically disabling and very hard to tolerate. I realised that after a while you just adapt, humans adapt to situations and we make the best of them, so I adapted and I made the best of it. I believe that my life path would take me where I need to go and I am a strong believer in fate. So when I met Ceragem, I felt like this was the biggest blessing ever. I am very grateful to everyone at Ceragem and if it wasn't for everyone there, I would continually be suffering with as much pain as I had before and my life would be in jeopardy with the Endometriosis.
I regularly attend the Ceragem Centre for a session each day and the overall quality of my life has really improved. I also purchased the Goodle Mat and the BioSlim which have equally benefitted my health.
Thank you Ceragem, you saved my life more than you will ever know and I am very grateful to you. I feel like I am on the right track in my life and that my health is in my hands. Ceragem you are the light of my life. God Bless.