• Essential Oils,  Inspiration,  Lichen Sclerosus,  Pelvic pain

    What works for your Lichen Sclerosus, by You.

    You talk, I listen. I’ve come to the interesting conclusion that some of us use the same things to help us manage our Lichen Sclerosus, and some of us don’t. Since Lichen Sclerosus is an inflammatory, chronic skin condition it is hard to maybe find the One thing to make it better, so we include all of the things into our health routine instead. Current research says that our beloved steroid creme is pretty much the only thing to help minimize the risk of cancer and excessive scarring – but we also need to find other options to deal with the pain. Because by the sound of it it seems…

  • Inspiration,  Lichen Sclerosus,  Pelvic pain

    Lichen Sclerosus & research

    It is unclear how many people suffer from Lichen Sclerosus, but the more we connect, the more we know that we are definitely not alone. One study released on July 8th. 2019, even stated that the female to male ratio is now 6:1, which previously has been known to be 4:1. Even thought there is close to no research regarding LS and nutrition, there have been several studies recently looking into Lichen Sclerosus – how it works, why it happens, and what are the treatment options. Right now our beloved steroid cream is leading the way in ways to treat LS, but what does it do in the long run?…

  • Inspiration,  Pelvic pain

    Pelvic pain & lower back pain

    I’m a happy person. I like being happy. I thrive when my happiness takes over my cells and gives me goose bumps allover. When the pain really affects me it’s like I become a completely different person. Everyone who knows me knows the energy that surrounds me when I am in pain, when I am not thriving. I have had really bad lower back pain for 13 years now, and my pelvic pain has been around for 11 years. I don’t know if I should really call it “my” pelvic pain, because I kind of take ownership of it in a way. I have a body, but I am a…

  • Information,  Nutrition

    Pelvic pain & oxalates

    When I went to my exercise physiologist for pelvic pain she lent me this book written about pelvic pain, can’t remember what is was called though? So if someone out there reads these types of books, please send me a DM with the titles. Because it was SO good and informative – and I wish they would have given this to me when I was twenty, because o’boy would that have helped me! Anyway, in this book I read about oxalates for the first time – and that they May have an impact on pelvic pain. Oxalates are present in the body, but they are also found in food such…