Sex and endo. It may not be something that’s always talked about, but it should be. I know from my own experience, and from connecting with many other endo sisters along the way, that it’s a common underlying concern. The sex factor can bridge a gap in relationships and cause some insecurities.

Episode eight of the Peace with Endo Podcast features a chat I had with Kaylyn Easton from Chiavare. She offers some great advice on discussing sex and endometriosis with your partner and how to help decrease the discomfort that can come with this intimate act.

Take a listen.

About Kaylyn Easton

Kaylyn Easton is a former journalist, TV Host, and CMO of an all-natural coconut oil company who has struggled with Endometriosis (stage 4) her entire life. After her own experiences with the disease, listening to her mother talk about her Endo experiences and now the transition into menopause, plus her girlfriends talking about how sex has changed as they get married and have babies — Kaylyn decided there was a solution women could use for all stages of life.

Thus, Chiavare was born. It is an all-natural, vegan, hypoallergenic, and edible personal moisturizer/lubricant. The ingredients promote holistic healing for female sexual health.

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