Fibroids and I

2019 is my decision year!!

According to my Doctors recommendations, I have two choices when it comes to resolving the issues. I can either have a Mayomectomy or a hysterectomy. 

Click on the video to see  what a Mayomectomy en-tales 

Dealing with cramps and pain.

Progressive muscle relations can help especially when you don’t want to take painkillers or can’t take painkillers.

Quick Story

I have had my period since I was 9 years old and it has been a living nightmare since day one. It has never skipped a month and it has always been 7 days long. Every…single…time. The pattern has always been the same and therefore, it is laughable when my doctor asks if I have had anything usual happening with my cycle. I bet it is a doctors dream.  No there is nothing usual… Are you kidding me, it is more regular than the clock on your wall!!!  Me: Lets talk about a D.C or a Hysterectomy, I am just done.  Now let me preface this by saying that I haven’t been to a gynecologist in a while. I was just tired of them not being able to do anything. My current doctor is a brand new doctor and she has diagnosed me with Uterine Fibroids and it finally makes since. Now I am looking at treatment options, with surgery being the last resort.  Click on the links below to read more about Fibriods     This blog was not meant to diagnose, I am not a doctor.