3days diagonised with endo.
I wish you the best, endo sister. There is a lot of support out there. When you first left this comment, that section of the site was down. Please visit it again with updated information. THANKS and rooting for you.
Me too. Was diagnosed with endo 7 cm right ovary. I’m now on a vegan diet by no choice while taking visanne.
Hope you’re feeling ok, Ruth. Here is the correct link for that page. For some reason when you went to it, it was down: http://www.jessicamurnane.com/endometriosis-diet-3/
Hey! I had a laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosis when I was 19 (now age 30). Yesterday I had a bronchoscopy and they found Endometriosis in my lungs. I am very interested in the Endo diet. Would you be able to send me some info. Thank you ?
Crystal, I hope you’re feeling ok. You’re a pretty big bad ass to go through that. I’m not sure why you received that link when you clicked on it. It was an error. Here is the correct link: http://www.jessicamurnane.com/endometriosis-diet-3/ and also my book One Part Plant dives deep into the endo diet. I hope this helps!
Hi-I had an a Hysterectomy over 3 years ago due to my endometriosis pain was so bad. They found no endometriosis on my uterus at all and found I had a huge amount all thru my pelvic bone. I felt great for about 18 months and then started getting stomache cramps alot but just ignored them for about 6 months due to I was starting to do bootcamp workouts at least 4 days a week and I noticed the more I did bootcamps the more I didn’t notice the pain. About 6 months ago around christmas time bootcamps were off for 2 weeks. I saw my Dr and he said my endometriosis has grown back due to where I have it. I was so upset about this that I mentioned my bootcamps seem to keep the pain away off and on. He recommended we get it re-cauterized and that I look into other healthier eating options as well as keep up the bootcamps. So I am now booked for suregery tomorrow July 4/17 at 12 pm and about 4 days ago I was doing some research looking for any help in a good eating plan for endometriosis and when I saw you book ” One Part Plant” and I read your story I just knew I had to get your book and crossing fingers and toes and legs that I never get my endometriosis back again. I am VERY scared about starting this new plan of eating for me since I am really not a huge fan of beans or tofu. Are there any other options I could try? I thank you for telling your story and publishing your book because I feel this may finally be my new way of living and I’m scared but excited to get it going (after surgery of course-LOL)
Thank you from Tanya Gray in Aldergrove, BC, Canada 🙂
So sorry you are going through this, sister. You are one TOUGH LADY. It wasn’t until last year when I read The Doctor Will See You Now that I learned that a hysterectomy doesn’t always end the endo pain. It’s a determined disease!
A few things:
1. In the book, there is NO TOFU!! In fact, I find that tofu and soy makes my endo feel a little worse. There are some bean recipes, but most of them are blended, so you won’t even know it.
2. Bikram Yoga (still very hard), rebounding, cycling, meditation, and walking have also helped me.
3. I’m rooting for you. My diet change was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It’s not a cure, but it has truly helped me with managing my symptoms. You’ve already got a hard start with being so great at working out! I hope it can help you too. It will take time to get the hang of it, so go easy on yourself and just know every step is a STEP!
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