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The CDC estimates that more than 80% of women will experience at least one chronic illness in their lifetime, and millions of women are already living with chronic conditions. This writer is one. Berman is another. Superbloom emerged from the I Don’t Always Look Like An Idiot Trump But When I Do It’s Usually On T.V And In Front Of Millions Of People Shirt Apart from…,I will love this ashes of her own frustrating experiences with chronic illness and quest for better health. “When I was 26 I started experiencing weird symptoms impacting my energy, focus, digestion and weight. I went to a doctor who ran tests and found nothing, so my symptoms were shrugged off…Around a year later, I experienced a sudden onslaught of chronic symptoms: brain fog, chronic fatigue, mysterious rashes, numbness and tingling, Reynaud’s, cystic acne, severe abdominal pain, weight gain, IBS, and bloating. No one could agree exactly what was wrong with me,” Berman remembers. “Beyond gender bias, I experienced the skepticism of doctors and peers as test after test came back inconclusive. After receiving unsettling, vague diagnoses and being prescribed medications with serious side effects from multiple doctors, I began looking outside conventional healthcare.”

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Berman hopes Superbloom will help destigmatize chronic illness and combat the I Don’t Always Look Like An Idiot Trump But When I Do It’s Usually On T.V And In Front Of Millions Of People Shirt Apart from…,I will love this excessive bias—gender bias, but also class bias and racism—that currently haunts contemporary healthcare. “We made Superbloom for womxn because we are so underserved by the medical community and the system of white supremacy, oppression and patriarchy that has traditionally dominated healthcare,” she explains. (In our emailed interview, Berman spelled women with an x, stating: “We choose to use womxn to indicate that all who identify as womxn will be welcome [on Superbloom], which currently is not the norm  In an alarming excerpt from the book Doing Harm: The Truth About How Bad Medicine and Lazy Science Leave Women Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Sick, author Maya Dusenbery demonstrates the gaping differences in the amount of time and effort it takes for men and women—especially low-income women—to receive proper diagnosis for the same illness. Meanwhile, the CDC website, which acknowledges grave inequities that put people in racial and ethnic minority groups at greater risk of illness and prevent them from receiving proper care, provides a reminder that “younger African Americans are living with or dying of many conditions typically found in white Americans at older ages,” and Black women are three to four times more likely to experience a pregnancy-related death than white women. “Whiteness should not dictate wellness, ever—but this becomes critical in matters of birth, life and death,” Berman says. The goal for Superbloom, she adds, is to get “to a place where inclusivity is the norm… Womxn deserve fair, balanced access to healthcare.”

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