An EAI member’s eight tips for flying after surgery
Many people fly to access excision surgeons outside of Ireland. Here are some useful tips to help you manage your flight.
Claire’s endometriosis journey
If I could get any point across, it would be to be aware of what is normal and not. If your periods are excessively heavy, or if the pain is interfering with your daily life, you should get it checked out.
Travelling for endometriosis care – Christine’s experience
My surgery in Birmingham was life-changing. I finally got my endometriosis diagnosis after ten years of suffering, but it came at a great cost both financially and emotionally. Recovering so far away from home and not having my family around me was tough.
Jane’s story: ‘This pain is like being on fire’
My pain started just after I hit puberty. I would cry with pains that would radiate down my legs, back and into my stomach; pain that would attack out of nowhere during school, the middle of the night, at a friend’s house, etc. At this time I was told a number of things were causing this but never connected it to endometriosis.