'The evil sister of endometriosis.'
Proving how important it is to talk about the condition.
Plus, she shares her coping strategies and message for other women in our latest Uninterrupted podcast.
These might surprise you.
“I felt that all my internal organs had had a kebab skewer put through them.”
"Any movement makes me feel like my ovaries are exploding."
"Infertility is such a painful and isolating experience and often we suffer in private."
“It got to a point where I thought ‘I can’t live life like this… I wouldn’t want to get out of bed."
“The potentially devastating impact this condition can have on people’s physical and mental health cannot be overstated.”
“I have always put it out there that it’s going to be OK."
“I almost broke.”
“I don’t want to belong to any club that would accept me as a member, but here I am.”
“This treatment may be able to help them get their lives back.”
"I am not one of these women who 'bounce back' and look like I didn’t grow a human."
Although it's receiving mixed reviews.
It’s about time.
"Sometimes were in the middle and I’m just like 'AH, stop!'"
The Bachelorette star shared the news from her hospital bed.
“It felt like a knife was going through my uterus.”
"It's not a comfortable topic to talk about, but I think that's the problem."