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I Hate My Hips

In case you read my blog and are not aware, I have endometriosis. (Yeah, that’s what that MenstroMonster tag is doing in the sidebar.) In case you are also not aware, March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. In light of that,

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Feeling Better?

I went home sick yesterday. To clarify — I went home in excruciating, menstruation-impending pain. Due to my school’s block scheduling, it was a day on which my planning period came on the last time block. The pain had been

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Pelvic Floor PT: The Office

Continued from here. Disclaimer about how this is not medical advice, nor is it intended to be universally applicable applies. Q: When I think about physical therapy, I picture an open setting, where multiple people might be sharing the same

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Is Pelvic Floor PT for Me?

And other introductory questions. Continued from here. Also note for brief mention of sexual assault. And before I even get started, I want to post an Official Big Ol’ Disclaimer: I am not an expert in pelvic floor or any

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Guest Author: Coming Home

[Notes for discussion of depression, suicidal thoughts, and weight gain.] My name’s Zannah, and I’m extremely well-rounded. (Hee!) I studied general science in college, specializing in biology, and my pet areas of interest are skepticism, health, fighting oppression (with mah

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Pelvic Floor PT & Me

Once upon a time, I had health insurance that actually, like, covered things. After attending a yoga-related workshop on the pelvic floor, I learned there was such a thing as pelvic floor physical therapy that could sometimes help with chronic

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Why Are You Taking That?

It’s pretty well known around these parts that I have endometriosis. Similarly, that the actual line-up of endometrial lesions in my body is a relatively atypical one. That is, a lot of endo tends to be centered on the outside

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