As a woman who had spent the bulk of her life researching aspects of health and being pro-active with
her own, I was shocked to be diagnosed with
a condition that I’d never heard of. I was frustrated. I was angry. As soon as I got home from that initial diagnosis, I started doing what I do best, researching. As I researched, I kept coming across the same phrase; it’s so common, it’s so common, it’s so common.