Guest Blogger

Tabitha Kerkove

Tabitha Kerkove

Tabitha Kerkove is a professional recruiter in the medical industry. After being diagnosed with endometriosis she became a major advocate for participatory medicine. Through research and networking Tabitha has been able to successfully manage her endometriosis by partnering with healthcare providers.

Tabitha is a Jacksonville, FL resident and an active volunteer in her community. She studies anthropology and linguistics, as well as being very passionate about photography, middle eastern dance, fencing and family.

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Blog Posts by Tabitha Kerkove

  • Endometriosis Is Scary, Too

    Endometriosis Is Scary, Too

    There is something growing inside of my body that’s not supposed to be there, and I can’t do anything about it. It hurts me physically as well as my relationships with those around me. Too little is known about this disease that was discovered over 300 years ago.

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  • I Have Endometriosis

    I Have Endometriosis

    I created this postcard in 2007 to express my feelings. I intended to share it anonymously at PostSecret.com, but I was inspired to share it publicly after a post in the Endometriosis Research Center’s Yahoo group struck close to home.



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  • The Top Five Things I Want Others to Know about Endometriosis.

    The Top Five Things I Want Others to Know about Endometriosis.



    5) I cry every time the pain is so bad that it keeps me from being a productive member of society. It is the pain that makes it hard for me to visit with friends and family or work, not because I don’t want to.

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