The Battle Continues.

The last couple of weeks have been trying. Going forwards and backwards, backwards and forwards for so many years is frustrating not just for my loved ones, but for myself. A decade ago, I imagined I’d be ED-free by now. It was always a case of procrastination to start proper recovery ‘tomorrow’ with a series…

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(In)Fertility.

I’ve been putting off writing about this topic because it’s so heavy and well, it’s hard. As my friends and I are now entering our 30s, there are those already with children and happy, others who are just starting to pop them out, and some who are struggling with fertility. The answer appears simple right?…

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Perfect.

A short while ago, I remember sharing with Flo that my 21st, while memorable, carries with it a bitter tinge. I had a lovely birthday at Peony Jade where I followed through with an oriental theme. I was surrounded by friends and family. I was surprised at midnight by my friends coming over to wish…

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Preying on Vulnerabilities.

I think one of the most difficult things about being female in Singapore is the pressure to conform to the world. Singapore is so diverse in its culture not just in terms of ‘Asianess‘ but also in terms of influence from the West. Traditionally, and stereotypically, women in Singapore are expected to look petite, gentle,…

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About the Period.

Last Tuesday, I spent a good half a day at the hospital, beginning with my first consultation with Dr. V to discuss my still missing period. I’m glad I hauled all my pap smear results, pelvic and transvaginal ultrasounds, and blood test results because they helped her get a better idea of my overall reproductive…

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Healing.

I have a small backlog of things to share beginning with my last session with Adaline from a few weeks back to yesterday when I went for my appointment with an endocrinologist specialising in fertility at KKH whom I was referred to by Dr. Jeanette. I’ll share more about the latter in my next post.…

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