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Navigating a Pelvic Mass and Chronic Health Issues in a Post-Roe USA

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Hi, there fellow humans, I’m Maison. My pronouns are she/her, I am a 26-year-old cisgender (identifying as the sex I was assigned at birth) woman and I have been living with multiple health conditions my entire life including but not limited to: severe widespread chronic pain, disk herniation, and lower back arthritis (as well as in some other places), PCOS, lymphatic issues, chronic wounds, and most importantly, it seems, a rare and still undiagnosed genetic overgrowth syndrome that affects my right leg and foot since birth.

My overgrowth syndrome has also caused some overflow of my adipose tissue that composes my leg into my pelvis. On June 24, 2022, as most of us with uteruses know, the United States Supreme Court abolished federal protections for abortions that were previously protected under Roe v.

Wade which came into effect almost 50 years ago on January 22, 1973. Since (formerly) being in place, not only cisgender women, and people of other gender identities with uteruses, have had the federal right and protection to get an abortion dependent on state laws for certain gestational periods of pregnancy.

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