• Riyanka M.
    07/04/2021 19:22

    I am experiencing this since 6th Grade. I think, I was 12. Thank you so much for bringing this in front of the people. I'm 26 n I am still going through such painful times during periods.

  • Srkr T.
    07/04/2021 01:10

    I was told I have cancer by many doctors for months until a good doctor diagnosed me finally. Most indian doctors live under a stone, they either know PCOD or cancer. Such shame.

  • Chumkey M.
    06/04/2021 19:05

    Faced it so many years, I knew the pain of this situation.😭😭 So pathetic,felt soo poor that time can't explain

  • Amita S.
    06/04/2021 18:10

    How much I can relate to this painful ordeal I have suffered every month since 2008. Every month I felt like I was close to death..no painkillers worked.. Couldn't walk, couldn't sit and just slept on bed with legs curled .. Today thankfully there is some awareness in this disease.. I was always in a situation where couldn't explain my bosses/colleagues the suffering I am going through..

  • Bull B.
    06/04/2021 07:43

    Why don't we have an open townhall discussion on cervical cancer among girls/ladies.

  • N. N.
    06/04/2021 03:38

    It is a gynaecological disorder Me being a guy: 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  • Minakshi P.
    05/04/2021 16:38

    I know it well ....near to death experience 😔

  • Nikita S.
    05/04/2021 14:13

    can you please share how to reach Dr. Abhishek? There is dearth of specialists across the country.

  • Jahnvi T.
    05/04/2021 12:11

    Thanking You for bringing light to subjects like Endometriosis & Adenomyosis. If this step can even change life of few or advocate families friends or colleagues on their co-workers situation, it will be all worth it. We still need push on education and awareness, we can definitely use funding dedicated for the research where this is affecting daily life of many women. We always find solutions in pandemic situations then what are we waiting for ? This is alarming and so it is important to reach to the authorities. Thank You.

  • Lucky M.
    05/04/2021 10:01

    It's not in the head ! I have suffered for 2-3 years The pain is overwhelming and the worst part is it's relatively new in medical science Not much research has been done Luckily I was able to manage my symptoms through naturopathy

  • Paulami R.
    05/04/2021 09:42


  • Ashi C.
    04/04/2021 18:00

    Ssme here with me

  • Puja C.
    04/04/2021 17:00

    The biggest change of attitude that needs to occur in India is in the way Pathology Labs function. Instead of asking the woman 'are you married?' they should ask if they're 'sexually active'. I personally suffered due to this question for 7 years because I was repeatedly inquired about my marital status only to realise that there's just one different step that has to happen to find out the underlying issue. Due to this one pivotal question, I came to know that I have 2 cysts which couldn't be caught through a regular USG. Also, everyone needs to stop normalising 'period pains' coz it does affect a person physically, socially, mentally and financially as well!

  • Hervé F.
    04/04/2021 16:08

    The care of women should be improved. I feel sad for all those women who suffer or have suffered because of a wrong or lack of diagnosis. I wish her strength and hope that an effective cure for this disease will be found.

  • Bull B.
    04/04/2021 16:01

    Why the hell women has to go through this ordeal every month and still have to stay at ease in every situation,why don't we have a safe & happy periods ?

  • Brut India
    02/04/2021 12:35

    Trivedi is one of almost 25 million Indian women suffering from the condition: https://scroll.in/pulse/872166/im-trapped-in-the-prison-of-my-body-the-severe-chronic-pain-of-endometriosis#:~:text=The%20Endometriosis%20Society%20of%20India,because%20of%20taboos%20around%20menstruation

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