Holy Sh*t! This video is not for the faint hearted. Robotic surgery for severe K. Konstantinidis You have no idea how bad it REALLY is! Just watch for a moment. Maybe just maybe you will see into my world of Endo!
A very long background story cut short: Numerous “expert” doctors told me it would be impossible to get pregnant with my hormone imbalance situation (severe endometriosis, 3 surgeries, tons of medication, recommendation from doctors: hysterectomy at 18) For the males out there, this is almost like being told you can’t produce sperm, let alone release it (just to keep you all engaged too) Many years later, after I decided they were idiots and did under no circumstances know more about my body…
'A baby at 19 was my only hope of becoming a parent':
It still takes an average of 7.5 years to get a diagnosis of endometriosis. During this time those with severe endometriosis live with increasing and debilitating pain and spread of the disease. 7.5 years is far too long for any woman to suffer and Endometriosis UK aim to change that.