Being diagnosed with CIN III brought up a new reality that my womanhood and femininity were now at risk.
When I was diagnosed with CIN III and HPV 9 years ago, it hit me that the very thing that makes me a woman, my sexual organs and fertility, was at risk of being removed. The chances of mother hood and that choice were suddenly in the hands of doctors telling me that the only way to clear this is to remove small parts of my body and this still wasn’t going to guarantee anything.
This was the solution doctors gave me- to cut out parts of myself in order to “cure” myself without ever knowing or addressing the ROOT cause of the issue and putting my fertility and future at risk at the advice of these male Doctors who were not thinking about my reality as a woman who would desire to have children in the future. That wasn’t even brought up for me to be educated on, it was more of a directive of “this is what you need to do if you want to be healthy” focusing more on removing the cells than an overall holistic approach to my overall health and well-being in the long run.
What I choose to do was empower myself and take my life and body into my own hands and realized a hard truth: I was very disconnected from my own body.
Watch tomorrow’s videos as I explain what lessons started to come forward for me with this life changing reality I was now facing and how I had to make radical lifestyle changes.
I spent many years looking for love in the bottom of a shot glass at endless nightclubs, bars, and events and at a low point in my life I realized that no amount of alcohol, sex, and partying could satisfy my deep appetite for love. I discovered, through this perfectly designed journey of pain, that the love I was seeking was never outside of myself, it was patiently waiting to be reclaimed and unleashed. This Blog is medicine-Its my medicine to anyone who needs and desires it on their personal journey to reclamation.