On June 29, 2017, I stood on the lawn of the US Capitol and spoke for approximately 15 minutes as part of a 24-hour interfaith vigil for healthcare. Below are my remarks.
I am the New Testament woman with the hemorrhage.
Over 13 years ago, I was diagnosed with endometriosis, a health issue of migrating tissue, imbalances of hormones, and pain. While I dealt with pain for years prior to my diagnosis in 2003, much of the time I’ve dealt with the issue the best I can since sometimes it’s just an hour or two of rough pain with mild to moderate pain on and off during the other hours of the day.
But occasionally, the health issue will flare up like it did earlier this year. I’ll try various methods to try to control it. Physicians will say to me: Let’s try this pill. How…
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