Bindi Irwin recently revealed on social media that she is on the road to “healing” a week after opening up about her endometriosis diagnosis.
On Tuesday, the Australian conservationist took to Instagram to post a picture of herself in comfy clothes and hugging a bouquet of roses in bed.
“Treatment. “I spent a week reading your kind words and stories of strength through your endometriosis experience,” the 24-year-old wrote.
Irwin continued, “Thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing.”
Irwin continued, “I can see a new me on the road to better health.”
“I can’t wait to put all my energy into our family and the conservation work we love so much. Sending my love and light on your path,” Irwin concluded.
Earlier, Irwin posted a picture of herself from the hospital and opened up about her health condition so that other women can get help from her diagnosis.
“For 10 years, I struggled with insurmountable fatigue, pain, and nausea. Trying to stay positive and hide the pain has been a long road. It’s been a lot of tests, doctors visits, scans and more over the past 10 years. was,” Irwin said.
She added: “The doctor told me it was just something I had to deal with as a woman and I just gave up trying to deal with the pain. I couldn’t find the answer until my friend @lesliemosier helped me get back on track with my life. I decided to have surgery for endometriosis.”