Emma Maxwellová suffers from a chronic inflammatory disease known as ako endometriosisbut the doctors first thought she was “crazy”, but they told her that she didn’t care “unbearable” painsthe Mirror reported.
24-year-old wife who He has been living with chronic pain since he was 13 years oldnow he says that the doctor “misled” her when he told her that he was already lazy about it “normal” menstrual pains. However, Emma actually suffered from a chronic inflammatory disease, which Bunky-like linings of the uterus grow past them in other parts of the body. Endometriosis causes unbearable pain but Emma has since undergone various interventions, including temporary ones “medically induced menopause”to get rid of her.
The former lacrosse coach with Portland explained, already over the course of three years, she was implanted with ten different contraceptive pills, which, however, could not stop the worsening of the situation. Until they established the correct diagnosis, passed “dozens of doctors” a musela sa zmieriť s tim, already experts claimed, already lazy “dramatizes”.
“Every few months I walked with extreme pain but they let me down they put a pill in it but they said that it will cure you already, but it never went away. When I was 13 to 15 years old, the pain was much more localized – like menstrual pain, but from the age of 16 it reached the stage when I couldn’t eat or drink without excruciating pain – even when I didn’t have my period,” she explained.
“My body started to feel like it was literally falling apart, but it seems no one knows what’s going on anymore. The results always hurt ‘normally’, which almost convinced me that I was already crazy.”
After an ablation operation in 2019 and a second specialized operation in January 2023 chirurgovia častníli častů česťa spóbosujuňochő počla. However, Emma’s everyday life still suffers from various intense pain.
“Some days I can’t even get out of bed, but other times I can, I’m already jumping but I’m having fun with my friends. I can still enjoy life, but my attitude limits me immensely. I never think about it when the pain hits me. People with endometriosis should know that they are not alone. To anyone who is going through the same thing, I would recommend that you have a third or even a dozen judgments made on your bet,Emma added.