Welcome to my community: about lora


Hi, I’m Lora and I’m so pleased you are here…


Born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria, I’m a city girl. I live in Sofia with my lovely Italian husband Mattia and our baby daughter Caterina.

Over the past year, I have been through so many life changes and health issues. I know that it’s difficult to find a pain relief that works for you but you need to try…because there are so many natural remedies for women’s problems and endometriosis pain.⠀My mission in life is to empower women all over the world to create happier and healthier lives with endometriosis. I want to help you find ways to live and thrive with this disease and live well again, or for the first time ever.


Meet Lora

Through My Organic Life blog, I share information, experiences, and knowledge from myself and others on managing endometriosis through alternative and natural methods. I am not a doctor, I share my life with Endometriosis.

Happy reading and I look forward to chatting!

Love and light and healthy uterus’!


My Endometriosis Story…


When I was 29 I was diagnosed with Endometriosis, after struggling with the disease for years I was just so over no one understanding what I went through.

All these years it was VERY difficult to find an explanation for my chronic pain, exhaustion, and gastrointestinal symptoms- despite numerous trips to my GP, an array of invasive and uncomfortable tests, and the odd emergency hospital admission. A few years ago I met the right doctor and after a couple of medical tests and a laparoscopy, I received the news that I have endometriosis. At first, I was ecstatic but at the same time, I was really happy…to know what is wrong with me. The disease has affected my ovaries, uterus, peritoneum, bladder, and bowel. As a result, I experience a lot of pain on a regular basis as well as truly awful chronic fatigue. This meant all of these years of doctors telling me I was healthy and making it up was not true.

Whilst conventional medicine is important and necessary, I found no relief from surgery and I couldn’t take most forms of hormones and painkillers. Eventually, after finding my daily life almost impossible and feeling suicidal, I began the journey of healing and managing through the endometriosis diet. The difference I saw was immediate and I had the first manageable period I’d had in years.