Interview with Dr Natalie Getreu from Hertility Health.

I interviewed Dr Natalie Getreu, Co- Founder and COO of Hertility Health on all things reproductive health. She talks about the taboo fertility faces and its link to gut health, the possible implications of IBD and stoma surgery on reproductive health. As many as 1 in 7 of us experience infertility, so why are we […]

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Interview with Alex From OneNine5

Alex is the founder of ethical travel case company OneNine5.  This is the first time he is talking about his journey with Crohn’s Disease.   You can find a little treat and links/instagram pages at the bottom of this interview! When were you diagnosed with Crohn’s? It was 2003, I was 14 years old and […]

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My Thank You To The NHS.

Throughout the summer of 2020, up and down the U.K. Brits stood on front door steps or hung out of windows, raising the alarm through cheers and whoops, car horns and clapping, in honour of those on the frontline working tirelessly to save lives in the first few months of this pandemic. A weekly occurrence […]

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Interview with Isabella Beresford

Isabella Beresford is 26 and lives in the South West of England. She teaches meditation and runs a female empowerment clothing brand called, Indigo Lily; using her platform to share important messages on the female form. I interviewed her about the impact of meditation, women’s bodies and female empowerment.  How and why did you turn […]

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Interview with Courtney-Jade Herrington

Courtney-Jade is 23, from Bath and lives with her fiancé Adam and dog Susan. She was diagnosed with Scoliosis aged 14, IBS aged 21 and Overactive Bladder Syndrome (aka OAB) aged 22. I interviewed her about her experience managing three chronic conditions and all the incredible work she’s doing on social media. Tell me about […]

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The Mental Thing About Physical Illness.

TW: Mental health, anxiety, depression, trauma. One thing I never counted on was the mental implications of a physical illness. When I was diagnosed with UC, I’d been flat bound for nearly three months. I wasn’t eating properly, I couldn’t stand on my own and spent most of my time either in bed or on […]

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