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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Firepower's Personal van Gogh, Eric Hallquist

In the world of bass music, it takes a lot of different elements to fully complete the release of an EP or LP. From producing, mastering, press, scheduling a release date, cover art and much more, not many of us notice the people who are behind some of these daunting tasks. 935 more words

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Choosing surgery: Shooting for success, surrendering to sacrifice.

I am now booked in to have my excision surgery at the end of August at UCLH. The plan is to remove as much as my endometriosis as possible (from my bowel, diaphragm, peritoneum, pouch of douglas, and ovaries), drain my endometrioma, and unstick my uterus and ovary from my abdomen wall. 923 more words


Truth, Theory, or Tall Tale?

Any gynecologist can surgically remove Endometriosis.

Endometriosis is largely considered a gynecological disease.  So it makes sense that your gynecologist would be the one to suspect it, open you up, remove, and diagnose the disease.  187 more words


5 Years Endometriosis Free!

Yesterday, June 24, 2015, was my Excisionversary! 5 YEARS FREE FROM ENDOMETRIOSIS!
5 years ago, my local gyn estimated that if I had surgery with her, I would likely need another one for endo within 2 years. 107 more words


Surgery for Endometriosis

There are two main “methods” of surgically treating endometriosis (both are typically performed via laparoscopy).
Excision – “cutting it out” – is a method in which the endometriosis lesions are cut out in their entirety. 66 more words


A Storm is Coming with MIU's Latest Track, "Cyclone"!

When it comes to hearing new artists who bring filthy, grimy, heavy bass music, we can always count on Excision‘s label “Rottun Records” to deliver. In this special case, we are introduced to up-an-coming headbanger,  246 more words


Do You Have Endometriosis?


Developed in 1997 by the Endometriosis Research Center – visit www.endocenter.org/killercramps.htm for more free, helpful resources such as this one.

Not sure if you have endometriosis?  359 more words