I’ve decided to start a brand new column on my blog, and it’s gonna be all about my uterus. Let me tell you why.

In the end of August 2016 I went to the gyno because of some pain that’d been coming and going in my lower abdomen. She couldn’t see anything wrong, seemingly everything was perfect. The paint didn’t bother me much at that point, so I was happy to hear that I was healthy.

After a little while tho, I had my period, and the first 48 hours of it was the worst thing I’ve ever experienced. I’ve been blessed with painless periods my whole life, and actually enjoyed having it. But this time I was bound to my bed, crying and desperate to get some relief. I even ate painkillers, which I never do, no matter how much pain I’m in, as I don’t like it. It was insane cramps, nausea, and nothing really seemed to ease it.

I welcomed the pain as menstrual cramps, and thought my time of loving my period was long gone. That was up until I went to the gyno again in the beginning of December, this time to insert a copper spiral. I mentioned my newly arrived menstrual pain, and right before inserting the spiral she used the ultrasound to see that I had adenomyosis. I’d never heard of it before, and she didn’t tell me anything about it. I left the gyno one spiral richer, and the name of the disease written down on an iPhone note.

As google is my best friend, I spent a lot of time searching around online collecting all the information I could find about my new disease. And this is what I came to learn:

You’re in great danger, might not ever be able to have kids, and will be in insane pain for the rest of your life. At least until menopause. And oh, btw, there’s no cure. Unless you want to remove your uterus, it’s only going to get worse!

At least that’s what my anxious, panicking mind was picking up and sorting out from all the other information. After calming down and getting used to the thought that not everything was ok down there, I digested the information a little different.

The uterus is a muscle organ that’s build up of three layers. Adenomyosis is a disease where the inner layer is growing into the middle (muscle) layer. It’s also a pretty newly discovered disease, so no one really knows a lot about it at this point. It’s not dangerous or life threatening, but some people say it’s related to infertility, and for many people it involves a lot of pain. Western medicine can’t find a reason to why people get it, and has no cure. Most people feel better with hormonal treatment, and some people get rid of the pain by removing their uterus. BUT, there’s also people out there who benefits a great deal from changing their lifestyle, diet and so on.

I had an appointment with another gyno about two weeks ago to see what I can do. I’m very positive at this point, and super excited to try some alternative methods. I’m not a huge fan of putting hormons into my body, and want to try everything else before I do something like that.

So, my intention with this column is to take you with me on my journey to heal, or learn to love, this new part of me. I’m not expecting the majority of people to have great interest in my genital area, but I figured that I would love to read about someone else’s journey with this myself. So if I can help even just one person with writing this, I’m beyond happy.

xoxo uterus

Anne-Line Erlandsen

Anne-Line Erlandsen, a 28 year old girl from Norway. I'm a certified holistic health coach studying marketing, and with this website I put my ass where my heart wants to be – in writing, self expression and creativity.



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    Mari Anette


    Du <3 <3

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      DU <3

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    karen jackson


    This information will help those suffering from Adenomyosis and Endometriosis, I was also a victim. I am excited to share this testimony, I was 3 years ago diagnosed of Adenomyosis and complicated Endometriosis. My medical condition was heart broken because it was causing my menstrual cramps,bloating before menstrual periods, lower abdominal pressure which result to heavy periods. I was subjected to different medications by my doctor for treatment such as Coenzyme Q10,ibuprofen, Danazol and many more. Despite my visit to several doctors my health wasn’t getting better, all they could say was surgery. At the verge of giving up, I went to the internet to search for a treatment at least. But I found a cure instead. In the internet, I read a testimony of a lady who had Adenomyosis and Fibroid. She shared an e-mail address of the Doctor. Luckily everything seemed to be okay after I took the Herbal Medicine. I wish I could say that’s the end of it because I haven’t had any symptoms since then.
    Do not expose yourself to more danger, use a herbal remedy that is safe and effective. If interested contact him: to find out more information and treatment.

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      Wow that’s amazing! So happy for you! <3 And thank you for the suggestion!

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    A lot of people have said Adenomyosis is not a life-threatening condition, but it can cause severe discomfort. I have decided to write this testimony with the sincere hope that it will enable you and your loved ones to get on the right path of living a meaningful life with the right balance of independence and freedom without surgery, I believe sharing my thoughts and experience about Ronnie’s product will be helpful and Enlighting for many of you that you are not alone I have suffered from Adenomyosis for 8 years and had a hysterectomy, having Adenomyosis was not easy for me, My digestion was slow I was hospitalized several times our healthcare system/surgery failed me and other medication, after the surgery I took acv. I’ve taken multivitamins, herbal teas, shepards purse, Fertilpills and Folic acid, but the fertilpills bloat up my stomach and not in a way that it has gas and other things I don’t remember the names. My story changed after a family friend directed me to Dr Ronnie in late 2016 but just after a month of using this herbal medicine, the rapid improvement in my health got me marvelled.. I thank Dr Ronnie for his support all through these years. If you are a victim and experiencing heavy periods or severe uterine cramping,, contact him; (

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    Jenny Jovilo


    Hi I’am Jenny from the Philippines, I was diagnose with Adenomyosis with myomas , I’am 38 years old living with my 3 year partner. We really wanted to have a child but my condition lessen my ability to conceived. I read confession online & as per my OB that though I have this abnormality in my uterus I can get pregnant. Can I ask help from you Dr Ronnie. Thank you

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    Marie Foster


    Update? My ultrasound looks like I have Adenomyosis, I see my doctor to get a diagnosis on Tuesday. I’m doing everything in my power to change my diet and exercise and try not to stress about it.

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      Anne-Line Erlandsen


      Sorry for this late reply! I feel so much better now. The changes I made are very much in line with the Woman Code, by Alisa Vitti. But I also made a lot of changes in my lifestyle – made it less stressful essentially. My periods are way better now. I hope you find something that works for you. We’re all different! <3