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phloxyloxy
phloxyloxy 22 hours ago
Do your other sisters have endo too? Particularly curious about the twins, if they both do or just Erika.
devilwearschanelno5 Lm
I suffer from a chronic illness that no one gets even in my own family sometimes. I have fibromyalgia and I am in pain and so fatigued every single day. I am in my 20's and I feel like life is over but your video gives me hope and gives me renewed zeal to fight on. Thank you Tati for this. I know how it feels. Big hug to you
Candeezy Marie
Candeezy Marie 22 hours ago
I have Rheumatoid arthritis which is an invisible inflammatory autoimmune disease. This video really helped me alot. I never put myself first always my family. The flare part really got me because when I flare I still have to remind myself to slow down and listen to my body. It really is hard when no one can see what you're going through. Thank you.
Madina Malik
Madina Malik 22 hours ago
Omg I love that you featured Shae! She’s the best and she deserves more attention
Spotty Life
Spotty Life 22 hours ago
I'm currently going the diagnostic process to confirm endometriosis. It's been 2 years and 3 doctors but I finally found a physician who listens instead of just prescribing pain meds. The pain! My God....the pain. Thank you for this...it's comforting to know I'm not alone. Wish you both and everyone else here well :)
Taylor Ganzer
Taylor Ganzer 22 hours ago
I thought periods were SUPPOSED to be terrible, puking, lava in your stomach, bloating terrible.
Jennifer Vazquez
Jennifer Vazquez 22 hours ago
I have several of the symptoms you are describing (bloating , ibs) and not mention period cramps that left me bedridden for a day at a time 😣 I also have celiac but I think it’s time I get checked for this thank you
Aundrea Osburn
Aundrea Osburn 22 hours ago
My doctor is like we don’t know if you have endo or anything but when you have so much pain that you literally pass out and some days you just can’t move bc pain and then they are like you are overreacting it can’t be that bad. And I kept having to go to the hospital bc my Lucifer waterfall didn’t want to end. It was 6 months and now I’m on this birth control that stops it. But it’s NORMAL!!!
Nikki Butler
Nikki Butler 22 hours ago
I live that y’all even talked about it. I lived with endo since I was 13. I’m in my 30’s now. You guys are so brave for doing this. I really take my hat off to you guys. Blessings to y’all cause it’s not easy to do. To all the ladies on here may god bless you all. 👏🏽👏🏽💪🏽💪🏽💯
AnnaLiisa
AnnaLiisa 22 hours ago
In Canada we believe health care is a human right
Lauryn Maclaughlan
Lauryn Maclaughlan 22 hours ago
Thank you for making this video, it has been a rough couple weeks and I’m very glad for everything you said
Cristin Sierra
Cristin Sierra 22 hours ago
You two look so much alike and not alike at the same time
Nextgeneration19
Nextgeneration19 23 hours ago
To get a diagnosis, you need to see an OB right?
Annie Sneeden
Annie Sneeden 23 hours ago
I wasn’t diagnosed with endo until I was 28. I had an ultrasound to check up on a cist that I had and they saw it. I still had no idea that I was having SO many symptoms until I watched this. I thought it was normal because I was told it was normal. I bloat so bad during my period that I go up a pant size. I have always struggled with being constipated. (I know TMI) I’m always tired no matter how much sleep I get. I am fortunate to be able to control the pain and heavy bleeding with birth control. But before that my periods were HEAVY.
Rebecca Dare
Rebecca Dare 23 hours ago
I had surgery two weeks ago for a uterine fibroid removal. Luckily my Dr. said she would do a laparoscopy while I was under gen anesthesia to check for Endo. After surgery my Dr. told me that I have Stage 3 Endo. As crazy as it sounds I was so happy to learn of my diagnosis. Years of pain and random symptoms that I had experienced were finally explained! Because it meant that I was not weak or crazy. Now I can begin to learn how to manage my Endo. Its crazy that most people (including myself) has never even heard of this disease! I am totally going to get that book! Thank you ladies for spreading awareness!
Francis Christine
Francis Christine 23 hours ago
I kept telling my doctors about my pain. How my husband would have to carry me to the bathroom because of the pain, they said “you’re too young to worry about that” and gave me pain medicine. I’m finally at 28 getting the help I need. I’m on my 5th doctor. We can’t accept those half answers anymore. I want kids so I’m tired of everyone telling me not to worry about it. Go in for my Laparoscopic surgery next month. Advocate for your health ladies. 💛
makeuploverpinky
makeuploverpinky 23 hours ago
I so needed this 💛 thank you !
Audrey Shannon
Audrey Shannon 23 hours ago
💕
Erica Petty
Erica Petty 23 hours ago
I had to get a hysterectomy because my endometriosis was so bad at the age of 28 and now i am 39. I hated the excruciating pain I was going through when it would flare up. Now I have endometriosis in my bowels cause it spread and it sucks so much. I have had so many surgeries because of my endometriosis that now no doctor will touch me for my endometriosis..
Maddy Z.
Maddy Z. 23 hours ago
I'm loving Tati's shirt. It's giving me early 2000's vibes😍😍😍
Sarah Robertson
Sarah Robertson 23 hours ago
the crazy thing is that all of the endo symtpoms are the same as IBS. one is often mistaken for the other. Thank you for raising awareness!
Elizabeth Wareham
Elizabeth Wareham 23 hours ago
My mom has an incredible rare nerve disease, and several other medical conditions. She had a nerve simulator put in order to walk, because her pain was so bad. She once described it feeling like Freddie Kruger was stabbing her in the leg. She tried to go to a specialist, but of course was denied do to the fact that they where out of network. So the doctor who ended putting her stimulator in didn't not do the job correctly. So she ended up having to get the surgery all over again! And because the previous surgery was done incorrectly, it have even caused damage to her body! We're still trying to figure it all out. But it's been incredibly hard on my mom mental because she just doesn't want to be in pain anymore.
Sandy
Sandy 23 hours ago
This was very helpful thank you for sharing this keep it up!
Alice Pallavicini
Alice Pallavicini 23 hours ago
Tati: *gets emotional* *proceeds to dab her tears with her blendiful* That's when I knew she REALLY loves the blendiful!
Kt Weld
Kt Weld 23 hours ago
Y’all look so much alike.
doreen.skates
doreen.skates 23 hours ago
This is amazing to talk about this!!! Also, why do they look like sisters! 😍
Fruit Loop
Fruit Loop 23 hours ago
Thank you so so so much for making this video. ❤️
solzica82
solzica82 23 hours ago
Hi, here another Endo Patient 😔 I just got out of my second surgery, and this time was really badlly infected cyst. I am first of all happy to still be alive and fortunate enough living in Europe (better Health insurance ). Tati and all the rest of influencers should talk more about this topic.
S T
S T 23 hours ago
Thank you so much for speaking to the cost of an illness financially . People have no idea what a hole you can be at the bottom of because of medical bills. My family lost our home, our cars and everything due to my medical bills as a child , it broke my family apart, we had to move from home to home while myself and brother where in high school , picking up and moving because you have no money is devastating to relationships and life . Medical bills are so hard to get over . Thank you for being a boss who takes care of their employees , thank you for being the change.
Azlyn's Mixed Media Arts
Oh my god I completely relate to everything that Erika was saying...and I had gotten to the point that it was just normal and now I'm concerned :/
Laury
Laury 23 hours ago
Love the videos where you laugh
Laura Varian
Laura Varian 23 hours ago
Strong, amazing women. Loved every second of this video. You both truly opened up, it was emotional and very informative. Thank you so much for doing this. Love you guys, you are both doing amazing xxx
Mary O
Mary O 23 hours ago
💔💔💔💔 hysterectomy at age 40
LIBRIAN Sana
LIBRIAN Sana 23 hours ago
Aaaaaghhhh yeee i am so sorry teacher 😔 i forgot to wish you.. happy (belated) birthdayyyy.... Ok XD i am lost for words for u now... All i can say is... I've never found and i think i never would... Someone that could replace you here on RUvid for me... Your the best teacher I've ever had... Loveeee you so much... The truth is.. I think you dont have many followers from my country... Buttt sending mad love from pakistan...
Joan Dyer
Joan Dyer 23 hours ago
This is amazing information. Thank you so much for sharing!
niranjana j
niranjana j 23 hours ago
India dsnt charge so much for medical treatments. I was operated last year.. Health and work we cant neglect. Medical treatments shld not be expensive.
Breanna Lynn
Breanna Lynn 23 hours ago
I am an endometriosis advocate and I can speak from experience that the best option for endometriosis care is “excision” surgeon by an expert of trained doctor. Many experts will review your case for free. I was butchered by a surgeon who gaslit me and allowed me to end up in sepsis. He wasn’t skilled enough for my case and as a result his ego preventing him from saying this harmed me. Caused me to lose my job. I fought over 5-6 years for two expert excision surgery... to remove the endo, then to clean up the damage. The damage done to my pelvic organs from sepsis. I ended up with a hysterectomy because of sepsis and massive damage. And while I may be in remission with endometriosis, but I have similar to CPRS of the pelvis, with inflammation and issues as a result of all the trauma. Keep fighting and find groups that help you. You need and deserve compassion with your care.
Maya Guro
Maya Guro 23 hours ago
I swear tati is so irrelevant now. Why even try
Holly of all trades
Holly of all trades 23 hours ago
I was diagnosed with endometriosis 15 years ago when I was 15 and it was never really explained to me that there was anything that I could do. I had birth control shoved at me and told to move on with my life. It was through videos like this that I learnt that there was more that I could do to help and make myself feel better. I had no idea! I should have done my own research but you would think that doctors would explain properly. I’ve started educating myself and helping myself feel better but I picked up so many things I had no idea about in this video. Like I get chronic hives! I had no idea that endometriosis could be the cause! Off to do some research. Thank you so much for such an open conversation!
Kay Sanate
Kay Sanate 23 hours ago
I JUST put in my order for the Blendiful!!!! I am BEYOND EXCITED to try it out!!! I will be getting the Txtrd Ntrls Plt Next! Wish I could afford them both right now but I will be patient! I know it will be well worth the wait! I am just thankful that they are both in stock right now !
Nusrat Tani
Nusrat Tani 23 hours ago
I remember I was in 8th grade and I had horrific cramps,After wearing 3 pads together also while I was walking at home my bloods were dripping in the rooms which I didn’t notice until my mom screamed.uff tough time
Tru.luvbeauty Xo
Tru.luvbeauty Xo 23 hours ago
Life with endo is no fun!! I wish there was something else for pain I’m so tired of it 😑
Whitney Schauffler
Whitney Schauffler 23 hours ago
I am proud of you for speaking on it. I think it’s 6 percent or so of women who deal With infertility for various reasons. It’s so hard. Please talk about it I know it will help some of your audience.
Kyara Nievesbaez
Kyara Nievesbaez 23 hours ago
I have endometriosis and have been blessed with 2 babies but still struggle with it even after kids. Doctors haven’t taken me seriously since I was 14... i started at 14 and no one would believe me, or say “the pain can’t be that bad” it was insulting and humiliating.
LIBRIAN Sana
LIBRIAN Sana 23 hours ago
I have no words All i can say is guyz... There's always a reason.. You should stay thankful about your living... People out there are struggling with worse... I cant see tati cry... Plz tati... You make me cry when u get emotional... I can't imagine what you guyz are going through... And yeah little things can impact much on your life and this is the most misunderstood thing in our side off society also... Love you so much teacher ❤️ love from pakistan
Autumn Flynn
Autumn Flynn 23 hours ago
For an ACTUAL diagnosis of endometriosis, you MUST have a laparoscopy and a biopsy. Period. I have endo and I’ve had so many women tell me they have it too when in fact, they’ve never had the surgery. Those women are spreading misinformation about a very serious condition. I had to have a hysterectomy in my 20s. I’ve had 6 other surgeries including having an InterStem device implant in my body last year. The lesser procedures where I had to be put to sleep are too many to count. And yet still, I suffer in pain every day. I can’t work except from home. I miss out on so many events and family time because of the pain ... and I’m in pain management so it’s not like I’m not being treated. Endometriosis robbed me of so many dreams and possibilities. So please, anyone who hasn’t been properly diagnosed, don’t say you have endometriosis when you have yet to have surgery and biopsy. It’s damaging and makes light of such a destructive condition.
Samantha Burns
Samantha Burns 23 hours ago
Thank you so much for addressing the hardship of not having health insurance. Having to skip treatments or emergency services because of the cost is a real relatable struggle 💔
Jessica Govereau
Jessica Govereau 23 hours ago
Nurse Erika is def my fav❤️🥰
Savannah Blanton
Savannah Blanton 23 hours ago
this was such an amazing insight into your life tati, thank you
Paula
Paula 23 hours ago
USA's health care system is so f'd. I just can't get it around my head how you survive.
Suzanne Kobela
Suzanne Kobela 23 hours ago
Thank you so much for this video. I keep having weird stuff with my cycle, but my doctor keeps telling me 'it is period stuff, take some pain medicine' etc etc... This made me totally searching for a second opinion! Thank you!!
Faiza
Faiza 23 hours ago
My ovaries shrunk up just hearing your stories. I'm so sorry for the pain you deal with and all woman suffering from this. I had a gallstone that went undiagnosed and I experienced pain to these levels and can not imagine going through that again. Thanks for sharing and spreading the message of SELF CARE <3.
Jennifer Ford
Jennifer Ford 23 hours ago
I’ve had no stress washing my blendiful in the sink right away or a day later. I just use liquid beauty sponge soap and it’s easy as can be. Looks and works good as new every time. It’s the first time I’ve been able to have a not patchy base in years. I’ve been avoiding base products if I could help it because my cheeks always looked patchy. The blendiful works miracles for that.
Golden Valley Miniatures
Thank you so much for this video. My story is much more like Erika's - the full body crazy symptoms, the awful first surgery experience with ablation, finally finding relief with a specialist. You are such a role model to me as I try to figure out how to manage my health and start a small art business (I've been so endo sick these last two weeks I haven't been able to finish editing my first video for my new channel) and it means so much to see you talking so openly about it. Thank you.
Bonnie Hill
Bonnie Hill 23 hours ago
I'm so glad you made this video, Tati. I don't have endo, but I loved learning more about it and hearing about y'all's experiences. I suffer from premenstrual dysphoric disorder so I'm familiar with not being taken seriously (even by doctors) for serious problems that only women can have. I have a lot of compassion for you guys. Sending lots of love!! ❤❤
kete peaches
kete peaches 23 hours ago
Thank you so much for the video.. i cannot express how much i needed to hear this right now. I am currently awaiting surgery. I was dismissed by multiple multiple doctors and now they have found a 10 cm cyst on my ovary. Im so nervous but thank you for making me feel a bit more normal.
Jordan Yeager
Jordan Yeager 23 hours ago
Love you Tati ❤️
Meredith S.
Meredith S. 23 hours ago
Sadly women are dismissed and often offered mental health services in comparison to our male counterparts. Who are taken seriously and offered pain control at much higher rates then women. I have Crohn’s disease and was sick for years before I was properly diagnosed, I was told it’s in my head... that nothing is wrong with me. Living with a invisible chronic illness is hard enough.... The last thing we need is to be gaslighted by providers! Let’s face it no wants to talk about sensitive issues like this.. we’ve been taught that it’s a private matter. So women continue to suffer in silence. That’s why Sharing our experiences is so important
Lillie Gibson
Lillie Gibson 23 hours ago
I also have endometriosis, but it has buddies.. I have Crohn's disease, fibromyalgia, and RA with it. So I totally appreciate y'all talking about it. I luckily take a "birth control" that takes my cycle away, so I don't have to deal with a lot of the problems with this disease. It's helped so very much. I hope you guys and everyone with this disease gets some relief and that something helps you. Sending love.
Melanie DeRochie
I had enduro and had a full hysterectomy 4months after marrying the most awesome guy (still married after 37 years) in the world. But I was lucky, it was a second marriage and I had 2 boys. My family was complete and he was happy with the full package. He is the most wonderful husband, father and grandfather. Having a support system like you two do is so helpful, when I had endo doctors didn’t know that much. And my guy stuck with me through the surgery and the aftermath of the hormonal changes that lasted over the following year. But other than him I didn’t talk about it. Thankfully we have come so far, any YOUR discussion is so important, thank you both
chloe reed
chloe reed Day ago
Also. Thank you so much for using your platform to promote awareness.
Maya Moghrabi
Have you tried something called homeopathy Check this out, this might help a lot with what you are suffering from. Do your research. Ask a professional or a doctor who is qualified in homeopathy. I tried it and it works for me.
Simone Matassa
What a lovely video you can actually tell how much they support and respect one another, it's so great to see that among women. What great role models 😍😍
Janyce & Makenzy
Half of these views are probably me . I watched this too many times 😍 the way he applies makeup is really so beautiful
kate internet
This comment is not to support a political candidate or agenda, but I thank Tati for bringing up the pain and horror of not having health insurance and having a chronic condition that is as life-interrupting as endo. Lack of health insurance kills thousands every year, but it also robs people of happiness, their ability to work, support themselves, and pay taxes, and our right to dignified life-saving care. Thank you Tati for dedicating a large portion of this video to another side of dealing with a chronic illness - how you will pay for the care needed to feel just a little bit better. <3
Phuong Le
Phuong Le Day ago
💗
Missy Cooper
Missy Cooper Day ago
So glad you are bringing awareness and have the courage to speak about this. I was a little confused though, it should have been explained first what endometriosis is.
Niki J
Niki J Day ago
All I have to say is... “Whoa!” If you were born before 1987ish (maybe even that’s too young), you’ll know... you’ll just know.
holly nehas
holly nehas Day ago
I was diagnosed 8 years ago. Thank you thank you thank you for posting this <3
WelpRN
WelpRN Day ago
What kind of nurse is she?
Morrigan Mansfield
Thank you both. Beautiful video. I don't have endo, but Tati your explanation of inflammation was perfect. I battle with inflammation via IBS. Painful and embarrassing. Just thank you again
Kat Hunsaker
Kat Hunsaker Day ago
So thankful for this video. My boyfriend has been my biggest supporter; sitting on the bathroom floor with me at 2AM, been to every dr. Appt., etc. This video, just having a way to . . Describe how I feel through you guys is making so so emotional. Thank you ladies 💕
makaylah drum
Pls do a video going through that box!!!
Michelle Strelow
I have very painful periods and have questioned whether I have endometriosis or not, especially because my mom had it, been thinking about looking into it more. Thank you for this video
Mia Sands
Mia Sands Day ago
I live in the UK and my pallet got lost in the mail so I’m not spending that much again I already tried once 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️
Sofia Moreira
I just don’t understand why I get to live in a country where healthcare is free and so many people don’t. It is so unfair!
alana khalifa
I have every single system of endo and family and friends with endo who all think I have it but the doctors always tell me to just basically get over it, or treat me like it’s all in my head. I actually lost my job because I missed so much work over this. I am trying to get a hysterectomy now, but since I’m only 20 they don’t want me to do that either. It’s so nice when people make these videos because it makes me feel finally like I’m not crazy...
Dread Mage
Dread Mage Day ago
I haven Endo and I really appreciate this video. I felt myself saying "yes! ME!" when you were speaking. The people around me don't understand what I am going through and I just really needed this. I dont have insurance and have yet to see a Dr to get some kind of treatment. I was actually diagnosed after a rough ER visit and it was something they noticed when there did my CAT scan, they told my they saw cysts all over my left ovary and they were bleeding. I also have had fertility issues and I have been struggling with that emotionally...so again...thank you
Annie Bananie
You should check out a neurologically based chiropractor. I work for one and we see a lot of women for Endo and infertility issues. You can find one closest to you on the AMPED website.
btpuppy2
btpuppy2 Day ago
I always love Erica’s subtle makeup!
shannon hroza
youre both so gorgeous
Mina C
Mina C Day ago
The little talk about health care system is just A+. People need doctors and a system that cares about everybody
Gucia BlueBlack
❤❤❤
Patty Colon
Patty Colon Day ago
I complained for yrs of heavy periods, debilitating cramps and severe inflammation. I was finally diagnosed with advanced endo a year ago. They were going in to remove a fibroid (they thought was causing the heavy bleeding and pain) once inside, my abdomen and uterus were fused together with scar tissue. Yeah finally a diagnosis. Such a bullshit disease
MegZzY Nèsüb
That is how i feel tati, when ive gone to the dr for so long and them tell me i was crazy then boooom i went the ER and finally the Dr.s told me i had a brain tumor and Hydrocephelus and i was going to die if i didnt HAVE surgery right away but i had no insurance i was in debt WITH well over 4 million for five brain surgeries most hospitals offer financial aid but you cant be working etc... To be approved ..i also now have Finally been diagnosed with fibromyalgia on top of mental Illness ive been dealing with since i was 15! When i think of all of its exhausting !
Village Idiot
..........endometriosisters
Riv Racost
Riv Racost Day ago
as women we put ourselves at the bottom of the list.......can't relate haha even as a mom if i need to pee i take the baby with me for a pee, if i need food i feed baby a tiny bit to hold him over and grab some food before continuing to breastfeed. Mama has to function.
Kate GG
Kate GG Day ago
Thank you for being so open about this. I have Hashimoto’s disease (autoimmune disorder) and many of the things you mentioned apply to my struggle as well. So awesome to hear women taking their power back and being open about things like this. Thank you.
Keislia Spencer
Thank you so much for talking about endometriosis 💛
Catherine Miller
Thanks Guys - I’m blessed not to have Endo - but can empathise with you both and how fantastic that you are both using your platform to promote awareness and understanding of such a chronic health issue. I’m writing from London where we have healthcare (NHS) which isn’t perfect but thank God we have it!! Erica you are doing great and I loved the two of you chit chatting. 🤗 - PS you haven’t mentioned Larissa much lately and we’ve not seen her - is she ok???? Love you both XOXO
Olga Chronics
I have fibromyalgia and a few comorbidities, and I make videos about that because when I was diagnosed I had never heard of it, and I realised there wasn't much out there. I am so happy I did that because it helped me meet lots of other people in my situation, and feel less alone. I have to work from home because my illness activity is too high to go to work and all that. But yes, that makes it hard to afford treatment and all that. It's not easy being a woman with a chronic, invisible illness that isn't well known, cause we are often not taken seriously. I'm glad you opened up, and talking about it will help so many people.
MichaelaGotta
This video hit so hard to home. Thank you for speaking about this and opening up to all your viewers. I needed to hear this today ❤
MichaelaGotta
Every month is honestly so different. It's crazy and I'm so happy we are not crazy 😂
Lauren F.
Lauren F. Day ago
You are so inspiring and strong Tati. Thank you for sharing your story ❤️❤️ we love you!!
Andrea Ortiz
Andrea Ortiz Day ago
Check out Dr. Neal Barnards new book called "your body on balance" and its really good and has a whole chapter on endo and other hormonal issues
JayyQuallin
JayyQuallin Day ago
25 and I’m diagnosed. I feel it everyday. I’m so happy to finally have a doctor who cares and is taking steps to help me. I appreciate this video.
Cheyenne Castro
I have PCOS and am currently seeing my doctor for potentially having endometriosis
Jessica Jones
My first excision surgery was in 2015 in Chicago- best decision I ever made, but most excision specialists dont take insurance because its such a high risk surgery and insurance wont cover the surgery- so we have to pay to have relief... :(
maria th4
maria th4 Day ago
I don't have endo but I feel how painful it is 😞 all I hope is for all women to never give up and fight it as much as they can...
Cloud
Cloud Day ago
Tell me what you want but a system where you have to choose between suffering pain or bankruptcy is broken.