Articles tagged with: endometriosis
Women looking to have a baby later in life need to consider the effect of endometriosis on fertility. Linked to oestrogen dominance, it can be helped by diet and supplementary bioidentical progesterone to relieve symptoms.
The cramps you get during your period can be painful, but if you have endometriosis the pain may be so intense that it affects your daily routine.
From puberty through to menopause your period changes and some of those changes can be significant.
Most women experience this at some point, but do you know why?
Although one of the rarer cancers, it is worth knowing what to look for if your cycle or bleeding pattern changes.
These are two distressing hormonal conditions that affect many women, but do you know the difference between them?
Endometriosis is generally agreed to be stimulated by oestrogen dominance and so progesterone can help rebalance that.
Many women suffer from endometriosis, from teens to perimenopause but don’t always recognise how bioidentical progesterone can help.
Heavy bleeding can occur at any point in our hormonal life, but its important to have it investigated and find out just what is causing it.
At perimenopause increased bleeding can become more common as oestrogen dominance and hormone imbalance start being experienced. Knowing why it is happening, and what you can do about it, can make a lot of difference.