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5 Tips to Write an Essay Introduction: Timely Assignment Help

5 Tips to Write an Essay Introduction: Timely Assignment Help

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Jack Antonoff Praises Ex Lena Dunham's 'Beautiful' Essay About Hysterectomy

Jack Antonoff Praises Ex Lena Dunham's 'Beautiful' Essay About Hysterectomy

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Lena Dunham‘s emotional essay about her decision to undergo a total hysterectomy at 31 touched the hearts of many — including her former boyfriend Jack Antonoff. The music producer and Bleachers frontman took to Twitter to praise his ex’s harrowing account, which appears in the March issue of Vogue and was published online Wednesday. “Beautiful piece,” he wrote. beautiful piece https://t.co/Jvjg6kNfNC — jackantonoff (@jackantonoff) February 15, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js In the essay, the former Girls star chronicles the process from start to finish, explaining that she made the decision in the hopes of ending her crippling endometriosis-related pain. She also touched on how it affected her relationship with then-boyfriend Antonoff, 33. After “desperately” trying to mana
Lena Dunham Reveals She Asked to Have Her 'Defective' Uterus Removed in Harrowing Essay

Lena Dunham Reveals She Asked to Have Her 'Defective' Uterus Removed in Harrowing Essay

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Throughout her years of endometriosis pain, Lena Dunham suspected that her uterus was “defective,” despite her doctors’ assurances. And as her pain became “unbearable,” it was the actress who requested the hysterectomy surgery to remove her uterus and cervix, she reveals in a harrowing essay in the March issue of Vogue. Dunham, 31, had thought in April that she was finally endometriosis-free, but she was hospitalized in May for further complications. She then spent August to November in “delirious” pain that, she said, her doctors couldn’t explain. “The ultrasound shows no cysts, no free fluid, and certainly no baby,” Dunham said. “But that doesn’t help the fact that it hurts so bad that the human voices around me have become a sort of nonsense Teletubbies singsong.” Dunham requested a hys