'Am I going to see tomorrow?' Molly Mae's horrific endometriosis symptoms – extreme pain

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Molly Mae Hague, a former Love Island contestant, has spoken about a health issue with which millions of women suffer silence. She claimed she was wonder at night “am I going to see tomorrow morning?” because the pain was so severe.

She discussed her sypptoms, which she has struggled with since she began her period.

The reality TV star turned influencer and creative director said: “It’s been a very long journey and trying to look back to when I was young and when I first started having symptoms is hard.

“Since having periods, things have never been normal. I don’t remember having a period ever in my life and it feeling like a how I think a normal period should feel like.”

Molly went on: “From around the age of 15 I knew something was rally not right in that region. I ended up convincing myself my period pain was normal and I just had a low pain threshold.

“I convinced myself ‘This is what every girl goes through, I’m just struggling with it’.”

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Molly discussed another common symptom of the disease, which affects one in 10 women.

She said: “The main other symptom I have experienced too is the painful sex.”

Molly described sex with the condition as “excruciating”.

“You’re literally just doing it for your partner, and that’s not enjoyable for them because they know you’re not enjoying it,” she said.

“To pretend you’re not in excruciating pain, that it’s the opposite, that you are having a great time and enjoying it, let me tell you, it’s not really possible.”

Symptoms of endometriosis at night

  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Migraines
  • Frequent bathroom trips
  • Heavy menstrual flows

The experts from MattressNextDay offered some tips to battle these symptoms.

They said: “Making small adjustments to your sleep environment can help to alleviate the effects of night sweats in particular.

“Create a cool environment in the bedroom and instead of sleeping with one thick duvet, consider multiple thin layers that can be removed or added as necessary.

“Choose breathable nightwear and keep a spare set close to hand in case you would benefit from a quick change in the night and keep a bottle of cool water on your bedside table.”

They also suggested keeping a diary to track any problematic patterns can help you understand your body’s routine while in discomfort from endometrial adhesions.

They said: “If you suffer from migraines, maintaining a good sleep hygiene schedule is often key to combating its effect on your sleep quality.

“Things like keeping to a routine, light exercise, and avoiding screen time before bed are important factors in reducing the impact of migraines.”



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