November 22, 2012
In 1972, My mother told me I had been exposed to DES in utero and would need to be monitored for life for a variety of health issues. Shortly thereafter my mom found DESAction and I was a member for many years. Over the past 10 years I have found my DES exposure has 'caught up with me' and I have had many health issues to deal with related to my DES exposure. DESAction has been there for me all the way. When I feel so alone and with an uphill battle they have been there for me with up to date information and support. An awesome organization who work tirelessly to help DES exposed women.
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