Jessica Murnane is the founder of Know Your Endo (the endometriosis education and awareness platform), the author of the One Part Plant cookbook, and the host of One Part Podcast. She is a sought-after speaker and has contributed to/appeared in several magazines and websites including Bon Appétit, Goop, Shape Magazine, The Kitchn, Mind Body Green, and The Coveteur. Her latest book, Know Your Endo: An Empowering Guide To Health + Hope With Endometriosis is out April 27th, 2021. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her family, and lots of palm trees.
IN TODAY'S EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN…
- What it felt like to find out I had endometriosis
- Statistics on endo
- What endometriosis is and its symptoms
- The average time frame it takes to be diagnosed with endometriosis
- The different kinds of surgery for endometriosis
- Jessica's story of living with endometriosis
- Whether or not a hysterectomy is your answer
- If there is a cure for endometriosis
- Why it's valid to feel anger after being diagnosed with endo
- The importance of tapping into your hormones
- How endo led to Jessica not wanting to wake up in the morning
- Why it's important to plan your life around your period
- Tips for how to navigate work when you live with endometriosis
- Jessica's advice for managing endometriosis
- How often you should ask for ultrasounds if you have a history of cysts
- Jessica's thoughts on birth control as a form of treatment
- Whether or not pregnancy is a treatment for endo
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