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I Have Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome… Chronic Pain Ruled My Life Until I Found Whealth

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Kelsie Stone, 25 year old Whealthy Hypermobility Program Member:

“I have a painful connective tissue disease called Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Doctors called me a “moderate-to-severe” case.

Chronic pain changed the physical structure of my brain – I was diagnosed with medically-induced c-PTSD. The pain was so constant that I broke my spine in three places and DIDN’T NOTICE. Doctors found it by accident after it already healed.

hEDS and this pain made me think: “You’ll never have kids, never get married. You’re too much of a burden. You’ll suffer your whole life.”

Doctors didn’t say much different than these thoughts. They offered narcotics. Injections. Surgeries. Treating symptoms, not source.

Then I noticed this strength-training program called Whealth on my timeline. Week after week I saw free educational content on IG – and I started to wonder. Doctors commanded me not to work out, but this program claimed to be created by hypermobile people – people like me – specifically FOR us, and I had to know if it was real.

So I took the plunge. I could always get a refund, right?

Three 30-minute home workouts a week later… and my life has changed more than I ever knew it could.

I’m strong now. I’m proud of my body. It seems unbelievable, but I feel like I blinked and got stronger. I do the things I love just like I used to, but the difference is I don’t pay the price anymore.

I can swing dance with my boyfriend. Visit Europe with my siblings. Bake and cook and clean and support my family. Hold my niece as she sleeps in my arms. Life doesn’t cost me anymore. Now my body loves movement for the medicine it is, and it holds up. I’m still hypermobile, but I’m not weak anymore. Everything is easier.

All I ever heard in the world of chronic illness was that we were helpless. I want you to know that’s just. Not. True. I dare you to prove the doctors wrong – you deserve a chance to live!”