Adenomyosis is the sister to Endometriosis, yet it is far less known or understood. Sara Lopez tells us about her experience and how she coaches women to live an improved life.
If you have a plethora of unexplainable symptoms from dizziness and nausea to anxiety and headaches then it could be histamine intolerance (HIT), which many women with Endometriosis are prone to suffer from, and which affects fertility.
Ashley shares her experience with overcoming histamine intolerance, and using physical therapy and surgeries to live a pain free life with Endometriosis and PCOS.
If you have low stomach acid, this episode explains why that might be, and also discusses nine ways you can increase the gastric juices you need to digest your food properly.
Natalie shares how nourishing her body and mind during a three month break at 45 after two miscarriages led to her second baby girl. An enlightening and empowering conversation with some example affirmations to use to help optimise your fertility.
Why is stomach acid important? Did you know low acid levels result in serious nutrient deficiencies, which affect fertility and causes pelvic inflammation?
Pain levels are different for everyone and it is all related to the Central Nervous System (CNS), according to Dr Jessica Drummond, founder of the Integrative Women’s Health Institute, and my guest on today’s podcast episode. A fascinating chat ranging from infertility and postpartum recovery to healing your Endo pain through your gut and CNS to improve your Endometriosis.
In this episode I talk about the monthly emotional rollercoaster that women struggling to conceive will inevitably ride, and which is made worse by having Endometriosis. I share three ways you can help to reduce the emotional highs and lows.
Did you know you could change your endometriosis and improve you fertility through your mind’s ability to visualise healing, if you would just believe this can happen. In this episode I talk with Joanne Verkuilen from Circle and Bloom all about the mind-body connection.
In this episode, I talk about how food can be used to reduce the bloating, pain, cramps, headaches, fatigue associated with your Endometriosis, and how it can increase your chances of getting pregnant. Food has been used for thousands of years as medicine and is a great first step to healing your body.
The health of our digestive system and liver are so important to our overall health and fertility. Poor digestive and liver health can cause inflammation, bloating and pain, hormonal imbalance and poor detoxification of hormones like estrogen, and much more, causing Endometriosis symptoms to worsen.
How chronic stress affects your delicately balanced hormones, how it turns off your fertility and how endometriosis affects your stress response.
My guest is Rachel Bolton from Plan Yourself Pregnant. We talk about how you can take control and improve your own fertility, even if you have Endometriosis. Rachel’s mission is to empower women to become more fertile, get pregnant and have healthy babies.
My guest is Melissa Turner, a stage 4 Endo warrior, who explains how she dealt with her Endometriosis after a diagnosis at 19 years old and seven surgeries. Through her own experimentation and further education as a Naturopathic Doctor she learnt how to manage the pain naturally. She now helps empower women to realise there is hope and alternative possibilities to surgery and hormone treatment.
My struggle with my fertility resulted in a diagnosis of Endometriosis after 25 years of searching for answers. It changed my life: I learnt to give my body the tools it needed to heal; I got pregnant; I changed my career and here I am!