Wow! Another week has already come and gone! This year is just flying past. It’s already June and I am almost finished Semester 1! My last ever semester 1, because I graduate at the end of the year. Well, all things going according to plan, I will graduate at the end of the year. Fingers crossed I don’t fail anything. That would just… crush me.
So, super quick update on my health. Firstly, huge thank you to everyone who has messaged and been sending me well wishes. It has meant so much knowing I have such an awesome online support system out there. So thank you! I am defintely getting better and slowly getting my energy back. The doctor has said it will take a bit of time before I get my usual energy back and to get rid of the aches that my body still has. But, I am doing so much better. I have managed to get back to work and am trying to finish off my last assessment tasks for uni. So, doing much better than just vomitting and sleeping. Win. I will be getting my tests results back next week and hopefully that comes back all clear. I will keep you posted.
When I was thinking about what I should post this week, I was thinking about how many interesting conversations I was having with people. I am (obviously) a super open person and have pretty much told everyone I have spoken to about my health issues. So, I find it so interesting, sad and exciting when people say, “I’ve never told anyone that before.” What do you mean you haven’t told anyone?!?
So I just wanted to to say to all the women out there who don’t feel they have a support network, I’m sorry. That must be an awful feeling. I am sorry that you feel there is no one who can support and care for you.I just want you to know that you are not alone and we are in this together. I know there are days that my fertility problems completely freak me out, so doing that alone, must be scary as heck. I’m going to be writing a blog post soon about the ups and downs of talking to people about your endometriosis or what ever other reproductive issue you have. I think it is important for you to feel safe and secure in telling people, because it such a personal part of your life.
So, if you are one of those women who don’t think they have anyone, you are wrong. I am right here, just an email or message away. Don’t ever hesitant to contact me. I love chatting about anything and everything.
Also, if you know someone who has endometriosis or another sort of reproductive problem, I would love it if you could pass along my blog, or my other social pipes. I think it is so important for us women to look out for each other and I would love to welcome more people to Oh Novaries. The more the merrier.