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For Jordanna Tucker, her Endometriosis diagnosis was as most women’s is: “drawn out and well overdue.” The 26-year-old Queensland native is now a graphic designer, and has put a lot of her skills to use on social media, where she…
For Hayley Ray, the first symptoms of Endometriosis started innocuously enough. By 12 or 13-years-old, she was experiencing increased bleeding during periods, clots, and cramping in her abdomen.
So to those of you who feel like something is wrong, or you don’t know where to look, or everyone around you is telling you that you’re fine, just know that you know your body better than anyone else. Chances are, even if you have a thought in your head that you could relate to this, that’s 100% worth looking into.