Mel Greig's ex-boyfriend accused her of lying about endometriosis

<pre><pre>Mel Greig's ex-boyfriend accused her of lying about endometriosis

He was previously told frankly about his battle with endometriosis.

And Mel Greig, 35, has recalled how an ex-boyfriend once accused her of lying about her battle with endometriosis and said it was "all in [her] head. & # 39;

Without naming the man, the former radio announcer explained that the couple was heading to a football game in Melbourne when he began to experience severe pain.

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"I felt like I was being stabbed." She told me that everything was in my head ": Mel Greig recalls the devastating moment in which her boyfriend accused her of lying about her painful battle against endometriosis.The personality of the media is represented by a swollen stomach in March

"We started walking towards the MCG and out of nowhere every step felt like I was being stabbed in the lower right, I knelt down to make the pain stop and he was mortified," he wrote.

"Not out of concern, I was trying to understand why I was being so 'dramatic', my pain was fierce but invisible, he told me it was in my head and that he hurried and shook himself so he could go to the game "Mel added surprisingly.

Mel's pain was so severe that he could not attend the foot ball game.

"I was trying to understand why he was being so" dramatic ", my pain was fierce but invisible, he told me it was in my head and that he hurried and shook himself so he could go to the game," Mel wrote surprisingly.

"When people can not see the pain of endometriosis it can be difficult to understand, so, as I said, and while we continue to tell others, PAIN IS REAL," he wrote passionately.

The former presenter of Wave FM explained that most women with endometriosis suffer the same stigma, where they are often told that their pain is not real.

Endometriosis is a condition that affects a woman's reproductive organs, whereby the tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing debilitating pain.

"When people can not see the pain of endometriosis it can be difficult to understand, so when I told them and we kept telling others that PAIN IS REAL," he added, after explaining that the pain was so intense that he could not assist. the soccer match

As part of the conversation, Mel urged her followers to post their stories online to raise awareness during Women's Health Week.

And last month, blonde beauty eliminated carbohydrates and alcohol from their diet during a 10-week weight loss program.

Speaking to Who Magazine in August, Mel said: "I am more than excited to see how I will look and how I will feel at the end of this."

She started the transformation at 87 kg and her goal is to lose a kilo per week, finally reaching 70 kg.

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I remember going for the weekend to Melbourne and my partner at that time was so excited to go to the footy. We started walking towards MCG and out of nowhere every step felt like they were stabbing me in my lower right side, I fell to my knees to stop the pain and he felt mortified …

Not out of concern, I was trying to understand why I was being so "dramatic", my pain was fierce but invisible. He told me it was in my head and that he hurried and shook himself so he could go to the game.

When people can not see the pain of Endometriosis, it can be difficult to understand, so, as I said, and while we continue to tell others, PAIN IS REAL. I did not get to the game that day, patients with Endo often feel that we disappoint people with our disease, but it is out of our control and in @endometriosisaustralia we will continue to break the stigma of chronic disease that affects 1 in 10 women.

For too long, our stories have been buried and have made us feel dramatic or as if maybe everything was in our own head. In this Women's Health Week, the series Hysterical Women of @ whimn is telling these stories to help spread awareness and start a long overdue conversation. If you ever felt rejected, or even isolated, because of your condition, share a selfie with your own story and the hashtag #notinmyhead.

Health: Last month, blonde beauty eliminated carbohydrates and alcohol from their diet during a 10-week weight loss program

Health: Last month, blonde beauty eliminated carbohydrates and alcohol from their diet during a 10-week weight loss program

Health: Last month, blonde beauty eliminated carbohydrates and alcohol from their diet during a 10-week weight loss program

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