Tag Archives: acceptance

Dear My Beauty

It’s not fair nor unfair. It’s not be pitied nor disregarded and it is the invisible grief that most will never talk about. The inner dialogue for infertility is that of subtle sadness, disguised aggression and palpable fear. Whether you … Continue reading

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Kristen X2 Shares Their First Experience Attending a BYMRKH Meeting in Seattle!

   Hi my name is Kristen. I’m 33 years old and at 16 I was “undiagnosed” with MRKH because they didn’t have the information on it that they do today. I was told I was one in a million, and I suffered … Continue reading

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Keeping Secrets

I was 16 when I was diagnosed with MRKH, already struggling to dig out my niche in the world. The doctor explained to me I was born without a uterus and vagina, would require either dilation or reconstructive surgery to … Continue reading

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The Power of ‘Coming Out’

My name is Mell, I am an 18 year old living in Australia with MRKH syndrome and this is my MRKH story. My journey with MRKH syndrome started just over 2 years ago now when I turned 16. I remember … Continue reading

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Never. Ever. Settle.

“Ally, where have you been?” This is what I said to myself last night on the bus ride home. As I continued to ‘IPhone swipe’ between my inbox and Facebook every 20-30 seconds on the humid and cramped 381, I … Continue reading

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Nothing Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent

There are many things in life that cannot be changed. Your height, blood type, and shoe size are great examples. There are also many things in life that can be changed. Don’t like your hair? Change it! Is your job … Continue reading

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Diary of Diagnosis Day

6:00am. I am thirsty and tired. I am nil by mouth as required for this afternoon’s standard procedure, a laparoscopy at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, UK. Although, I am not quite sure what all this fuss is about. My GP … Continue reading

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