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Ella Destiny: Taking a Stand for Women’s Health

Who knew fibroids would be debilitating?

Some say “things happen for a reason;” in this case, several unfortunate events would lead to a life of unforeseen ministry.  Now, without a uterus, navel, and any feeling in her abdomen, Author and Certified Life Coach Ella Destiny exemplifies Turning Pain into Purpose, and works as a women’s health advocate, but also shares her story of losing her father to Covid-19 through her work. She lives by the manta, “There Is Nothing Wrong With Saying So What,” and teaches others how to ditch the stress, examine their mental state, ignite their self-love and push through.

They took Ella Destiny’s uterus too soon. She’s turned her pain into triumph so that other women don’t have to experience what she did. Her story serves as a source of motivation and hope for other women suffering from similar conditions. Now, as well as being a certified Life Coach and successful author, Ella Destiny works as an Ambassador and Fibroid Fighter for the USA Fibroid Centers.

Ella educates women experiencing Uterine Fibroid Embolization about the five types of fibroids and that you can schedule a consultation to help manage heavy bleeding, excruciating cramps, and the other symptoms that women experience day-to-day living with Fibroids.

While not openly discussed in our community, women are left to simply overlook their Fibroid pain. No longer! It’s unnecessary and we’re breaking the Generational curse of not discussing feminine health. No more stomach swelling or frequent urination. There is healing in getting the facts.

“44% of women diagnosed with uterine fibroids are not aware of non-surgical options. 62% of women have never heard of UFE (Uterine Fibroid Embolization).”

Coach Ella Destiny shares her tips on how we can all advocate for and spread awareness about Women’s Health issues…

“Women can advocate for women’s health by first starting with self. Make sure you’re maintaining a healthy diet and taking your vitamins. For me, I drink teas with natural herbs like turmeric and black pepper every morning to get my day started. It’s an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It also improves symptoms of depression, arthritis, and so many other things. This is especially important for me because it’s rich in vitamin C and B6.

Women can also advocate by outreach…having conversations, asking questions, going to their local governments, and demanding funding for research and resources. We have options and it’s up to us to make more noise and take back our health. We are the first examples of what treating us fairly looks like. If we are not treating our bodies and our health properly, or taking it seriously, no one else will.

We also need to normalize self-care, whatever that looks like for us. Taking mental health days, going for walks, spa days, or sitting with ourselves in complete silence if we have to. Just taking that “me” time and doing what it takes to help us become our best selves!”

Check out Ella Destiny on Instagram or her website, here.

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