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From surgery to natural therapies, This EndoLife brings you guests who are challenging chronic illnesses and mental health issues in their own unique ways, and are changing lives with their inspiring work. Hosted by Jessica Duffin of This EndoLife.com.

This EndoLife Jessica Duffin

    • 5.0, 38 Ratings

From surgery to natural therapies, This EndoLife brings you guests who are challenging chronic illnesses and mental health issues in their own unique ways, and are changing lives with their inspiring work. Hosted by Jessica Duffin of This EndoLife.com.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

amag93 ,

FINALLY!

It’s lovely to see Jessica addressing this condition on a public platform. When first being diagnostics with endometriosis, it’s hard to find a place to give you insightful advice. Being a sufferer for quite some time, it’s lovely to see her wearing her heart on her sleeve and sharing her story, along with others sharing their best advice and stories as well.

Don’t be afraid to speak up about this condition- educate others and stand tall because this is something that should not bring you down or make you feel alone. There are others out there that will always have your back!

#endometriosisawarenessmonth

a_boyton_99 ,

Love these podcasts

I’ve just listened to your ACOG podcast. Thank you so much for interviewing three of my Endo heroes.

It would be brilliant if we could do something like that over here in the U.K.!

Redmazzy ,

Life saver

After being diagnosed with stage 3/4 endo this year I was searching every where for information. I knew I had to educate myself. This Endo Life introduced me to some important and interesting people. After listening to Shannon Cohn talk about her film Endo What? I bought the film, that lead to Tamer Seckin’s book “The Doctor Will See You Now”, then Nancy’s Nook and her marvellous Facebook group. I’m now in the process of asking for a GP referral to a great surgeon.

This podcast is so fascinating, especially as I found diet a huge help with my symptoms so hearing other women who had success with it really inspired me that I was doing the right thing. Also hearing the many varied symptoms and versions of the disease I had helped me understand it from a broader perspective. I admire Jessica for her honesty about her own struggles and that she allows herself to appear vulnerable, we see her struggle at times like we do. I hope she continues with her thoughtful and insightful interviews.

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