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Barren, Not Broken

Shamika Rhoomes ❀ M is for the many questions that keep me up at night. The why me’s and how can this be? You see the marvel of infertility is mind-blowing. As a Wombman, your expectancy of pregnancy is always … Continue reading

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What I Would Tell My 17 Year Old Self (MRKH Edition)

Janay Cook Dear Janay, You awaken from a dream and jolt to the bathroom to check your panties. You can’t shake this feeling that something is wrong with your body, but at 14 years old, how do you communicate that?  … Continue reading

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