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Lincoln Support Group

About this group

General Session Information

The group meet in the Community Room at Tesco, Wragby Road, Lincoln. Meetings starts at 7pm - we will be there from 6:45pm if you would like a chat before the meeting starts.

Upcoming Support group sessions

There are no upcoming sessions at this time. Please check back again.

Meet the Support Group Leader(s)

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Lauren

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Jody

Hi - I am Jody and lead the Lincoln Support Group with Lauren. 

My story is like many others - I started to struggle as soon as my periods started. However, I thought it was normal and that maybe I had a low pain threshold. I was placed on the the birth control pill that for a number of years allowed me to lead a relatively normal life. In my twenties I stopped taking the pill and the pain returned, again I still thought it was normal! My boyfriend at the time said he thought I should see the doctor - it was the first time I had ever even heard the word endometriosis. I had a laparoscopy and it was confirmed - I was overjoyed, it had a name and I assumed it was something that would be easily cured. However, little by little the reality sunk in that this was a disease that was not going away and was going to impact so many aspects of my life. 

When I first met others with endometriosis it felt great - people who I didn't have to explain everything to, conversation flowed and through adversity grew life long friendships. I wanted to allow others with endometriosis to make these connections, so I started the Lincoln Endometriosis UK Support Group. 

We meet monthly and everyone is welcome! 

I look forward to meeting you soon. 

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Looking for medical advice?

Please be aware that our support service are unable to provide medical advice and can only talk about endometriosis based on their own experience. If you need medical advice, please contact your GP or endometriosis specialist.