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Bindi Irwin opens up about sharing endometriosis diagnosis: ‘It’s terrible to talk about’

Bindi Irwin opens up about sharing endometriosis diagnosis: ‘It’s terrible to talk about’

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“It’s really scary to share something about yourself that was so hard to overcome, and to share things that feel so personal,” Irwin said at EndoFound’s annual Blossom Ball, where she attended as a guest of honor. Endometriosis is a chronic condition in which tissue normally found inside the uterus grows outside of it.

Irwin, who followed in her father’s footsteps as an environmental advocate, recently announced that she was suffering from the disease. She decided to do so to draw attention to the condition that affects one in ten women worldwide, but often goes undiagnosed. “This is ignored in so many ways, and so many women and girls are living with incredible pain,” Irwin explained.

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She hopes to inspire other women to seek help. “It’s important to me to be able to share my journey, and maybe it will help other people who have the ability to stand up and say, ‘Hey, this is not normal and I deserve to get help.’ I deserve to feel good.” It took ten years for Irwin to be correctly diagnosed.

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