With Your Endo Bag You Are Prepared for Everything

Dealing with heavy bleeding and pain, an unexpected situation can lead to subsequent challenges. Preparing with a few essential tools can help make life smoother.

Consider keeping a supply in your car and/or workplace. This way, you will already be well-prepared for many potential situations.

The contents of your endo bag should be tailored to your individual needs. For situations involving heavy bleeding, it is advisable to include a change of clothes, not just underwear, but also spare pants, as it can be helpful.

You may also want to pack pads, tampons, or menstrual cups to ensure you always have them readily available. Some specially designed period underwear with built-in absorbent features can offer added security.

In managing pain, it is essential to include any medications prescribed by your doctor in your bag.

Additionally, you can consider including a TENS unit, various soothing teas (such as ginger), heat patches, heating pads, massage oils for abdominal massages, and other items that can help alleviate pain commonly associated with heavy bleeding.

To build your endo bag, start gradually and add items one by one, ensuring you have everything you need even during stressful situations.

Whenever you discover something that helps you manage pain or bleeding, remember to keep it in your bag for easy access.

Suggestions for Your Bag:

  • Extra underwear and spare pants
  • Menstrual hygiene products like pads, tampons, or menstrual cups
  • Pain relievers
  • TENS device
  • Soothing teas, particularly ginger tea
  • Heat patches and heating pads
  • Massage oil for abdominal massages

What items do you include in your endo bag?

Please share your suggestions in the comments below.

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By the way, you can create an SOS plan for emergencies within the Endo-App. This allows you to have direct access to exercises that can assist in managing pain.