I’m Not Old I’m Vintage Barry Gibb shirt .With my recent collaboration with French lingerie brand Germaine du Prés to benefit and bring attention to The Cycle, a non-profit organization that provides menstrual education to communities in need, and in building my business, Looni, I feel more passionate than ever about all aspects of women’s health. And I’ve found building a business in the but in fact I love this women’s health category, it’s really important to have a level of empathy and understanding. We just desperately need more education regarding these topics. Like so many women who suffer from endometriosis, I waited years to receive a diagnosis and was told continuously, for years and years, that I was just suffering from normal period pains. I kept going to my physician and saying, “This can’t be normal. I’m in excruciating pain. I look pregnant for about four days when I get my period. I’m passing out, I’m vomiting. I’m ending up in the emergency room.” It wasn’t until I had a laparoscopic procedure, in which the uterus is examined to see if there is scar tissue lining the exterior wall of the uterus, that I received my endometriosis diagnosis after seven years of suffering. So many conditions, like endometriosis, are stigmatized, and pregnancy loss is generally extremely taboo. That’s why I’m sharing my story, because it was other people’s stories that carried me through the sludge.
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