Annie Kay was recently interviewed by TheCelebrity.Online Magazine and below is the Q&A session we had with Ms. Annie.
Annie Kay As Cover Story Interview Feature – TheCelebrity.Online March 2023 Edition
How do you introduce yourself?
Annie Kay: My name is Annie Kay and I’m a registered nurse and small business owner.
How was the transition from your childhood into adulthood/teenage and what good and bad things do you remember?
Annie Kay: The transition to adulthood for me was pretty easy. I grew up in a small town and was sheltered from a lot of things so I was able to have an actual childhood. The good things I remember about my childhood are going outside and playing hide and seek in the neighborhood after school. I remember going to arcades and trying to beat the highest score on pac man. I try to block out bad things.
Struggle – What hardships have you faced during your life?
Annie Kay: The hardships I faced in my life so far have been relationship related. I have been in some abusive and terrible relationships but I remain hopeful that I’ll find Mr. Right.
What things people usually do not know about you?
Annie Kay: Things people usually don’t know about me is that I love to cook, I love anime and old school video games.
I am the owner of Endotea Company on Etsy. I created a tea that helps women with painful periods. I was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 19 years old but had symptoms since 13 years old. March is Endometriosis Awareness month and I want women to know that extremely painful periods are not normal. They should seek a second opinion if their HCP tells them they are.
What make you unique from your competitors in the industry and life?
Annie Kay: What makes me unique is that I am a very kind human being. I love what I do and haven’t let what’s going on in the world around me make me mean.
What are your diet preference and physical measurements?
Annie Kay: I am currently on the endo anti-inflammatory diet to help with my endometriosis. I cut out alcohol, red meat, dairy products, soy and etc to help reduce the inflammation in my body.
What expert advice would you like to share?
Annie Kay: I would like to share my expertise on endometriosis. Endometriosis is when the lining of the uterus finds its way externally. That same tissue that grows and sloughs off during the menstrual cycle does the same thing on other organs of the body such as the large intestine, ovaries, diaphragm and more. It is a debilitating disease and there is no cure. 1 in 9 women are diagnosed with this disease each year. I am proud to say that I am 1 in 9. It causes painful periods and sometimes infertility. I don’t think of myself as a victim but as a warrior. I want women to know that they are not alone and that the pain is not in their mind.
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