Do you suffer with the endo belly? Is it accompanied by bloating, diarrhea, constipation or abdominal cramping? Whilst I'm all about getting to the root cause and find out WHY you're suffering with the endo belly (not to mention, healing the root cause) I also understand the need for short-term symptom relief whilst we're on that journey. Today's podcast episode offers just that. I am sharing the most effective supplement options that help to relieve endo belly flares in the moment. These are the tools and strategies we use in our SIBO training with Dr. Siebecker, but are safe if you don't have SIBO but do suffer with IBS symptoms. You will find all the dose references in the show notes, but remember - as a health coach I cannot prescribe you a treatment protocol, this is education only and the aim is for you to take this information away to discuss your options with your doctor. Full credit to my tutor Dr. Allison Siebecker for teaching and providing us with these strategy relief tools! Activated Charcoal So first up we're starting with activated charcoal, which is great for: Diarrhea Abdominal pain (not pelvic pain) Gas Acid reflux It works by absorbing gases, which reduces pressure in the gut that can lead to cramping and of course, reduces bloating. It's also absorbs fluid, so reduces diarrhea too. The doses are: Up to 1000mg, every 1-3 hours for diarrhea. Up to 1000mg, every 2-6 hours for bloating/gas/abdominal pain. Up to 1000mg 30 mins before a meal and one hour after for endo belly ‘trigger' foods. Now what I mean by this, is if you have to eat something that you know is probably going to make you bloat or gassy, or swell you up, but you're a bit stuck for choices, say you're at a family thing or wedding, or you're on holiday, then you could use charcoal. I don't advise you just use it for every meal so you can eat whatever you want, because you'll end up very constipated because it absorbs fluid, but I have found it very helpful on holiday and at weddings. Up to 500mg every 2-3 hours for acid reflux. So, some things to consider when taking charcoal: Do not consume more than 4000mg per day. It can cause constipation, so reduce the dose if constipation occurs or use with magnesium citrate (which you'll learn about shortly) or stool softeners, and I've listed some natural stool softeners in the handout. If you do use magnesium citrate to avoid any constipation, take it an hour after the charcoal or before bed. Your bowel movements may look dark after charcoal - don't worry, it just stains everything! Absorbs everything, so take it 30 minutes before meals/supplements/meds and/or one hour after. Some research has showed that in it can cause vomiting if accidentally inhaled, so if you struggle with small airways or swallowing, be cautious with this. I also personally prefer using capsules, as I have tried using the powder stirred in water and have accidentally inhaled it myself one or two times! Ginger Next up is my absolute favourite, and that's ginger. Ginger is effective for: Nausea/vomiting Gas Bloating Fullness/food won't go down Abdominal pain Ginger is a prokinetic, which means it stimulates the MMC and gut motility, so it moves gas down and out of the small intestine. This therefore helps with gas, bloating, pressure, and abdominal pain, and it helps food to go down as well if you're feeling like you're not digesting your food properly. And I've mentioned, it's a great tool for nausea and vomiting. The doses are: 1000mg an 1-2 hours after meals or at bedtime for nausea/bloating/gas/vomiting/ab. pain. 1000mg 30 mins before meals to aid with appetite if nauseas. So, some things to consider when taking ginger are: Do not consume more than 2000 mg per day. It can cause something called ginger burn, which feels like heat or acid reflux is the oesophagus or stomach. If that occurs, take less, stand up and move around so it starts to go down (as ginger burn often happens when lying down or reclining in many of my clients) and sip on lots of water. In people with interstitial cystitis, as it's a spice, it might cause some irritation, but this tends to vary from person to person. Finally, fresh ginger root is usually not as effective as dried ginger root powder, so we're going for a 1000 mg in the form of capsules. Peppermint Peppermint can be used for: Abdominal pain Bloating General IBS symptoms (there's LOTS of research on peppermint for IBS) Indigestion Pain with bowel movements (which I know many of you suffer with) Peppermint relaxes the smooth muscle of the intestines, so helps significantly with cramping and abdominal pain, and helps to ease the transition of gas. It's also been shown to be 67% effective for reducing severe IBS symptoms, pretty impressive stuff! So, the doses are: Use peppermint tea/or tincture (follow label dose) for pain or sensations higher up in the abdomen (this is because peppermint generally works locally, so if you feel symptoms around the stomach area, the peppermint tea or tincture will be able to affect that area because it's not sealed up in a pill, whereas the pills are coated and are designed to not be released until they exit the stomach). Label dose of triple coated tablets for mid to lower abdominal symptoms, as needed or daily. Research has shown that pain and symptoms improve significantly with long-term use with peppermint oil. Can also apply peppermint essential oil to abdomen. Follow label instructions as some oils require diluting in a base oil. A quick tip here, is you can use Be You patches, which I share on my podcast, over the abdomen, to ease spasms. You can keep those on for 12 hours and you can wear them daily. So, some things to consider when taking peppermint are: It can cause acid reflux in some people because it relaxes the muscles, it can open up the sphincter connecting the stomach and the oesophagus, so stomach acid can travel up. If this happens to you, try a pill that's triple coated and designed to bypass the stomach. For some people, peppermint can also cause nausea. Magnesium Magnesium citrate or oxide can be used for: Constipation These types of magnesium draw water into the colon, helping to create a bowel movement. The dose is: Up to 2000 mg at bedtime (two hours after food), daily or as needed until you have a bowel movement. However, 1000 mg is normally effective for many, but see what works for you. So, some things to consider when taking magnesium citrate or oxide are: You need to start slowly, beginning at 500 mg and building up until you find the dose that works for you. Generally, increasing your dose slightly each night should be a good pace, but keep in mind it can take a few nights to get to work, so don't be too hasty. Too much will cause abdominal cramping, bloating and diarrhea. If that occurs, reduce the dose back down until you get to a dose that creates a healthy bowel movement without watery stools or discomfort. Food will reduce the effects, so keep in mind you need to take it two hours away from food. And finally, you have to use either magnesium oxide or citrate, other forms of magnesium are not laxatives and will be absorbed in the body, rather than making their way down into the colon. Partially Hydrolysed Guar Gum PHGG be used for: All IBS symptoms (multiple studies/reviews confirm this) Constipation Improving stool consistency Diarrhea Bloating/gas Increasing beneficial bacteria PHGG is a type of soluble, low FODMAP fibre, which is generally safe and well tolerated by even SIBO patients! It's a longer term symptom management tool, whereas the others bring relief same day, this tends to need about a month to build up to the benefits. It helps to bulk up stools, making it effective for both constipation and diarrhea. So, the dose is: 5-6 g daily, ideally dissolved in hot water on an empty stomach, for at least one month and likely ongoing for maintenance. Some people do put it with tea, coffee, smoothies or even porridge, but many of the labels suggest on an empty stomach. Increase to full dose across one to two weeks, especially if SIBO positive, so start out lower, with say one gram, and then increase by a gram or half a gram a day. So, some things to consider when taking partially hydrolysed guar gum are: Ironically, in some people, likely people who have SIBO or extensive gut issues, it might cause bloating. So, give yourself a month or so on it and see how you respond. If it's noticeably bad, reduce back down to a level you can tolerate or discontinue. Generally, it is thought to be SIBO safe, but we're all different and SIBO is so individual, that we can't guarantee it'll be well tolerated by everyone. And alongside that, it may cause some GI distress, so basically an irritation of your IBS symptoms and if you have SIBO and don't respond well to it, it could worsen those. However, as I've mentioned, on the whole, it's well tolerated. Most Important Takeaway: So, that wraps up this module, and I wanted to also let you know, there are multiple other options to help with symptoms, including more supplements and some at home remedies. I've linked to a handout in this slide by my tutor Dr. Allison Siebecker, which provides all of them. You don't need to use them all, but I would recommend you have a read of it, so you know your options, and I also recommend trying some of the simple home remedies before buying expensive supplements! But before we do any of that, remember, getting our foundations in place can make a huge difference to gut health - so start off with the first line therapies, before you start spot treating with lots of different supplements. Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My new Nutrition for Endo Masterclasses are out now and are on special offer for Black Friday. Get one masterclass for £29.99 (full price £40) or both for £50. Find out more here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at email@example.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk This episode is sponsored by Semaine. Try their supplement for period pain and daily supplement for hormonal balance and PMS prevention with code ENDOLIFE to get 20% off your first order. Show Notes Charcoal https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3717809/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3521259/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7015846/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3717809/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7949514/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12516788 https://www.siboinfo.com/uploads/5/4/8/4/5484269/sibo_symptomatic_relief_suggestions_jan_2020.pdf Ginger https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10442508/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16865831/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24390893/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17545109/ https://www.europeanreview.org/article/10145 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3958926/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18403946/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25912592/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23612703/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30423929/ https://www.siboinfo.com/uploads/5/4/8/4/5484269/sibo_symptomatic_relief_suggestions_jan_2020.pdf Peppermint https://bmccomplementmedtherapies.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12906-018-2409-0 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11207510/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24100754/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26319955/ https://www.siboinfo.com/uploads/5/4/8/4/5484269/sibo_symptomatic_relief_suggestions_jan_2020.pdf Magnesium https://www.siboinfo.com/uploads/5/4/8/4/5484269/sibo_symptomatic_relief_suggestions_jan_2020.pdf PHGG https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25843197/ http://ecite.utas.edu.au/121479 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16413751 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25519526/ https://www.siboinfo.com/uploads/5/4/8/4/5484269/sibo_symptomatic_relief_suggestions_jan_2020.pdf
r/AITA in today's aita stories, Mom forces son to research endometriosis after his hurtful comments aimed at his sister. Father thinks this is the wrong way to go about it. Story is with update.
In today's episode Brittany shares her personal experience with endometriosis, and how FAMM has impacted her women's health nutrition practice! Brittany is a Reproductive Health Practitioner with certifications in Nutrition, Fertility Awareness Instruction (FEMM) and Cycle Coaching. She helps women who feel like something is “off” with their cycles uncover and restore their reproductive health. Her clients often experience symptoms such as period pain, acne, irregular periods and abnormal cervical mucus patterns. Whether the goal is to strengthen overall health or to confidently conceive, her full-body approach leaves her clients feeling better, heard and empowered to make the necessary changes. There are no off-limit topics with Brittany. She teaches cycle charting to remove the fear and the unknown around our cycles. She answers the questions her clients have never found suitable responses for like, "is my cervical discharge normal” and “am I healthy enough to conceive”? Having battled through chronic period pain for years, Brittany is also an endometriosis advocate who has seen and felt first-hand the indifference to the condition. Through her consultations and chart reviews, Brittany helps her clients champion their well-being with data-backed clarity. Today's episode is sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery Mentorship program, Class of 2022! Today's episode is sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery Mentorship Program! We start the first week of January! Early-bird pricing is available until Friday November 26th. For details and to apply now Click here to register now! Today's episode is also sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Course. The most in-depth and comprehensive online fertility awareness self-study program available. Click here to join now! Topics discussed in today's episode: Brittany's menstrual cycle and contraceptive history What prompted Brittany to jump in the the FAMM class to incorporate in her practice Brittany's period pain before she got on the pill How Brittany used her period to get to the bottom of her health issues Challenges Brittany faced to find the support she needed How the FAMM program helped Brittany look at her cycle and symptoms differently Connect with Brittany: You can connect with Brittany on her Facebook, Website or email. Resources mentioned: The Fifth Vital Sign: Master Your Cycles & Optimize Your Fertility (Book) | Lisa Hendrickson-Jack Fertility Awareness Mastery Charting Workbook Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Program Related podcasts & blog posts: [On-Air Client Session] FFP 331 | Overcoming Period Pain | Transitioning From Birth Control To Fertility Awareness | Lisa & Laura FFP 322 | Managing Endometriosis Naturally | Banishing Painful Periods | Jessica Drummond [On-Air Client Session] FFP 304 | Overcoming Period Pain and an Infertility Diagnosis | Lisa & Angie [On-Air Client Session] FFP 220 | Managing Intense Period Pain | Maria & Lisa [On-Air Client Session] FFP 186 | Managing Painful Periods | Charting Cervical Mucus | Lisa & Liz FFP 180 | Managing Painful Periods | Dysmenorrhea | Endometriosis | Dr. Lara Briden, ND FFP 145 | Overcoming Endometriosis Naturally | Endoempowered | Melissa Turner FFP 142 | Endometriosis, PCOS, Acne & Infertility | Getting to the Root Cause | Dr. Pamela Frank Join the community! Follow Fertility Friday on Instagram! Subscribe to the Fertility Friday Podcast in Apple Podcasts! Music Credit: Intro/Outro music Produced by J-Gantic A Special Thank You to Our Show Sponsors: Fertility Awareness Mastery Mentorship Program (FAMM) This episode is sponsored by FAMM! Are you a women's health practitioner looking for a solid way to incorporate comprehensive fertility awareness chart analysis into your practice? If yes, FAMM is the program you've been waiting for. Click here to apply now! Fertility Friday | Fertility Awareness Programs This episode is sponsored by my Fertility Awareness Programs! Master Fertility Awareness and take a deep dive into your cycles and how they relate to your overall health! Click here to apply now!
Terra O'Reilly, wife of Cal O'Reilly, who is the Captain of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in the AHL, shares her fertility journey with me. Terra opens up about her Endometriosis, several miscarriages, IVF journey and surrogacy journey. Terra wants other women to know that they are not alone if they are struggling with their fertility. She speaks about how looking back, she really kept this private but as she has opened up more about it, so many women have reached out to her about their struggles. I also have a very special connection to the surrogacy world, which you will have to listen to hear about it. Terra and I have such a authentic and genuine conversation and connection about this topic and this long episode is worth every minute. Terra has such a beautiful heart and I am so honored she chose to share her story on Breaking the Ice. Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/breakingtheicepod Follow Terra on Instagram: www.instagram.com/terraoreilly Other Resources: www.ancestry.com
"To help someone and advocate for them is the best feeling in the world for me" On this episode, we talked about: Leading people to their passion Putting ego aside and asking for help Knowing your inner process of looking There is always an alternative Doing things that make you happy Sharing words of encouragement Each and every person is different About Christie: Christie Lee is a women's and gut health Accredited Practising Dietitian on a mission to empower you with the knowledge, skills and tools to nurture your body from the inside out. Reviews are like a virtual hug and you know I LOVE hugs! It would mean a world to me if you could please write me an honest review so more women can find this show
Kendra is an artist, accountant and multi-passionate entrepreneur who for years struggled with horrible pelvic pain issues. She went to dr after dr, searching for help with not many answers and very little support. Yet even after she finally received a diagnosis of Endometriosis, getting a treatment plan and proper care was becoming an uphill battle. Through this process she learned how advocating for herself not only connected her with the resources that was needed to change the direction of her healing journey, but it also empowered her in so many other ways. So many women each day come to both of us sharing their stories and the pain they go through just getting the right support and medical team in place to help them. It's why this topic for both Kendra and I is so important to continue sharing. So come join us as we openly share both our experiences searching for answers and ways you too can get the support you need. To connect with Kendra: www.instagram.com/kendrajudy83 To connect with Blair over on social, ask questions or just dive deeper with Blair on the daily, you can join the fun here: www.instagram.com/blair_dreessen/ www.instagram.com/spirituallyintimate.com You can book your own Human Design Reading with Blair: https://calendly.com/blairdreessen/90min You can book your own Personalized SoulFlow™️ + Energy Healing Session with Blair: https://calendly.com/blairdreessen/embodimenthealingsession If you enjoyed this episode, drop a review and share with your friends. Make sure to tag the show on your IG stories @spirituallyintimate
So many of you have asked about detoxing, why do it? how does it work? Here are some things we cover in this episode: Heavy metal detox why do you need to do it and how do I even get heavy metals in my body? What should I expect? how bad will it be? How can I make the detox go faster and better? What might happen during a detox? How ofter should I do it? You will hear from a professional and be able to realize you can do it and you should. Your body deserves it. Plus at the end listen to a simple system of detox that you can got from Kellie & Blair by simply emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or instagram @blessedmommabosses_ or FB blessedmommabosses and we can help you get a detox ordered with a special gift PLUS our free fb community for detoxers with recipes, smoothies, how to get through ti easily tips, and a community cheering you on! Special guest today: Deidre Brooks BC-APRN, FNPDeidre is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with extensive functional medicine training through the Institute of Functional Medicine. She has devoted her career in caring for women through the lifespan. Deidre has been in the Women's health arena since 2005. Currently she works with clients to help unfold the root cause of their ailments through a functional medicine approach specializing in Gut health, hormone imbalances, Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Disease, Interstitial Cystitis, autoimmune disorders and more.Deidre is a national speaker on Endometriosis and Uterine Fibroids with Abbvie Pharmaceuticals and has been appointed adjunct faculty for Otterbein University since 2006 working with graduate/undergrad studies.Desirewellnessgroup.comFB: desirewellnessgroupInstagram: desirewellnessgroup
I first came across Dr. Ami Kapadia's work through some presentations she held for an online SIBO conference. Her lectures focused on small intestine fungal overgrowth, yeast disorders and mould - and what I heard resonated with not only my story, but so many of my clients' stories. And I'm not alone. Dr. Jessica Drummond often speaks on the connection she sees between chronic pelvic pain and yeast problems, and yeast/SIFO are prevalent issues within the SIBO community. In fact, left untreated, they can really hinder SIBO progress. The trouble is, they're not easy to diagnose and the symptoms are often identical to SIBO, and at least a quarter of SIBO patients, if not more, also have SIFO. So, given that research is currently estimating that up to 80% of endometriosis patients also have SIBO, I wanted to invite Dr. Ami onto the show to discuss how to identify and treat years disorders both alongside SIBO and alone. Dr Ami. Kapadia is a family medicine and integrative medicine physician, with a special interest in yeast and fungal disorders. She is the creator of practitioner course A Minimalist's Approach to SIFO And Mold Related Illness and patient course An Integrative Approach to SIFO: Small Intestinal Fungal Overgrowth And Related Conditions. In this episode we discuss: What are fungal/yeast related disorders and how do they affect the body. The connection between yeast/fungal disorders, endometriosis and SIBO. The signs and symptoms of fungal/yeast related disorders and how to test for them. Dr. Ami's unique treatment approach and her specific anti-fungal protocols. Dietary considerations (it's not what you think!) and what to do if you find food restriction triggering. How to work with Dr. Ami. This episode was fascinating and I completely geeked out (you' can probably tell!), I hope you enjoy it just as much as I did! Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at email@example.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk This episode is sponsored by Semaine. Try their supplement for period pain and daily supplement for hormonal balance and PMS prevention with code ENDOLIFE to get 20% off your first order. Show Notes Website: www.amikapadia.com Teachable course for practitioners: https://drkapadia.teachable.com/p/a-minimalist-s-approach-to-mold-related-illness-and-small-intestinal-fungal-overgrowth-sifo Teachable course for patients: https://drkapadia.teachable.com/p/sifo-in-integrative-course-for-patient-education
Episode 4 - Malaika and Jermaine Small Sometimes the struggles experienced in marriage aren't necessarily because of something your spouse has done, but because of challenges, outside of your control, that life throws at you. When we get married, we commit to love and stay with someone not knowing what kinds of hardship they may experience -- professionally, physically, emotionally, or spiritually. In this episode, Malaika and Jermaine take us through the story of how they met and how they've navigated several hardships, from neither of them having a blueprint of what marriage should be to their journey with infertility. Real Love Conversations is a special collection of interviews released in conjunction with Renaissance Church's Real Love sermon series. As we talk about how our relationships can thrive according to God's model and direction, we're also taking the opportunity to hear about diverse relationship experiences from some of the people who make up the Renaissance community. It's going to get real! Mentioned in this episode: Fibroids - Tumors made of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connective tissue. They develop in the uterus. It is estimated that 70 to 80 percent of women will develop fibroids in their lifetime — however, not everyone will develop symptoms or require treatment. Fibroids are almost always benign, or noncancerous. Endometriosis - an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside the uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis. Will Smith & Jada Pinkett-Smith
Today's guest experienced her first loss of a blighted ovum that required surgery and then discovered she had fertility issues and began fertility treatments. She then experienced another miscarriage and had the baby at home. Tamara Hunter learned from her fertility specialist/reproductive endocrinologist that she had thrombophilia, a blood abnormality, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and ovarian cyst. She decided to undergo surgery to strengthen her chances of conceiving with additional fertility treatments. In this episode, Tamara shares how she perceived her body betraying her, the emotional and physical trauma she experienced, and how her infertility journey led her to become a Perinatal Mental Health therapist. This episode is for you to listen to if you have fertility challenges and feel like your body betrayed you. Become a Sisters in Loss Birth Bereavement, and Postpartum Doula Here Living Water Doula Services Book Recommendations and Links Below You can shop my Amazon Store for the Book Recommendations You can follow Sisters in Loss on Social Join our Healing Collective Online Support Group Join the Sisters in Loss Online Community Sisters in Loss TV Youtube Channel Sisters in Loss Instagram Sisters in Loss Facebook Sisters in Loss Twitter You can follow Erica on Social Erica's Website Erica's Instagram Erica's Facebook Erica's Twitter
In this episode I cover something so many of us understand-the anxiety we feel before we are about to undergo surgery for our endometriosis. Hear stories about my own experiences, how I help clients with their pre-surgery anxiety, journaling prompts for you to try before surgery, and more. *************** Find my digital download "Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Surgery" here! Join the Moon Magic Community here! Follow me on IG here! Get your TICKETS to the Endo Babe Bash here!! Click here to join the Endo Babe email list Check out other freebies + the Endo Babe blog here! Join my FREE Endo Babe Support Group on FB Get on the waitlist for the More Good Days Membership here! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/endobabepodcast/support
Summary: On The Tragedy Academy; this week, we welcome Rachel McDonald to discuss her experience living with Endometriosis, a rarely diagnosed disorder targeting only women. Rachel walks us through her painstaking journey of getting diagnosed, the battle to get a prescription, and the hurdles she had to jump through to get a Hysterectomy. Key Points: ⚕️ Endometriosis
This episode is an IG Live I hopped on to answer your questions in endometriosis and navigating relationships with family and friends. In this Q&A I answer: How to have fun with friends again? Feels like endo always gets in the way. How to handle family not understanding how endo affects my life? How to explain it to those who don't get how impactful it is? What to say or do when a friend questions if you're really in pain when you say you can't go out? Also, a few of the resources I mentioned in the live: Endometriosis UK Endometriosis NewsEndometriosis News @vickiewilliams_ Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk
Wendy discusses how many women underestimate the effects of the world around them and how to establish if your current environment is affecting your physical and emotional health. Several research studies reveal how many aspects of your environment from your home, to work, to relationships can affect your health outcomes; mentally, emotionally, and physically. Equally, if your environment is littered with toxic or attacking people then you may feel unsafe which will bring with it a great deal of stress and anxiety in the body inhibiting the immune system. Start your own EndoBoss journey download your Top 5 Quick-Start Tips at https://HealEndometriosisNaturally.com #HealEndometriosisNaturally #EndoBoss #WendyKLaidlaw
Un episodio cortito pero lleno de información para cerrar la 6ta temporada quiero dejarte con lo que voy a llamar 3 bombitas de verdad que toda endojeva debe conocer. La intención es que estas semanas que estaré organizando temas para el podcast y organizando unas ofertas de servicio que te puedan ayudar más, te quedes con algo que prenda tu curiosidad y te impulse a ver posibilidades.
Pediatric gynecologist Katherine Hayes, MD returns to discuss another important pediatric gynecological diagnosis: endometriosis. She and host Paul Wirkus, MD, FAAP discuss how to recognize and treat your patients with endometriosis. Send your questions to email@example.com where Dr. Hayes will answer your questions in week four.
Do you deal with endometriosis, adenomyosis, painful sex or period drama? Often we only think about the uterus, or womb, as the place where a baby grows when a woman is pregnant. But various forms of autoimmune, inflammatory, hormone imbalance, and even conditions such as thyroid problems can drive problems in this important organ. Learn about endometriosis, adenomyosis, painful sex, fibroids and more. In this episode, we discuss the symptoms, diagnosis and root causes of endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids and beyond. Learn how oxidative stress can play a major role and how antioxidants like curcumin and n-acetyl cysteine can play a major role in reducing symptoms. We share our best supplement strategy for endometriosis, discuss how toxicity and microbiome play a role, and of course discuss food-as-medicine recommendations for managing pain and resolving from the root cause. Also in this episode: Women's Wellness Workshop Become a Client Episode 106: Birth Control Part 1 Episode 107: Birth Control Part 2 Episode 48: PCOS Part 1 Episode 49: PCOS Part 2 Episode 145: Endometriosis and Infertility Episode 121 Keto and Women's Hormones Episode 232: Period Drama and Birth Control updates Anatomy of the Uterus Symptoms of Adenomyosis vs. Endometriosis Diet and Lifestyle Approach The Impact of Oxidative Stress on Endometriosis Supplement StrategyMultiDefense with Iron MultiAvail Mama Thyroid Optimizer Bio-C Plus EPA DHA Extra Super TurmericCurcumin inhibits endometriosis endometrial cells by reducing estradiol production Women with endometriosis improved their peripheral antioxidant markers after the application of a high antioxidant diet - Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology Cellular AntioxA Promise in the Treatment of Endometriosis: An Observational Cohort Study on Ovarian Endometrioma Reduction by N-Acetylcysteine Vitamin D Balanced Blend25-Hydroxy vitamin D levels in premenopausal Turkish women with uterine leiomyoma Vitamin D Blood Spot Test Calm and ClearStress Exacerbates Endometriosis Manifestations and Inflammatory Parameters in an Animal Model Relax and Regulate Foria CBD Suppositories The Impact of ToxicityEpisode 264: Are There Toxins In Your Cleaning Products? With Guest Allison Evans from Branch Basics Purchase Branch Basics for your Home! Use ALIMILLERRD for 15% off Detox Packs Microbiome ImpactProbiotic Challenge Women's Flora Berberine Boost Beat the Bloat Cleanse Sponsors for this episode: This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth Tonics, Your Sous Chef in a Jar. FOND is slow simmered and lovingly tended from simmer to seal. They partner with organic farms and hand-pick and pair ingredients to optimize absorption and taste. Use code ALIMILLERRD to save at fondbonebroth.com.
On this episode Erin & Eleanor talk about: Eleanors work (5:00) "The post" (17:00) Shame and guilt around personal choices (30:00) and so much more Eleanor Jane is a Somatic Embodiment Coach, helping women to heal, expand, and reclaim who they were before the world told them who they should be. Through her own personal journey through Epilepsy, Depression & Anxiety, Endometriosis, and Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, as well as her professional work within the mental health and legal industries, Eleanor came to see that most (if not all) dis-ease in the world is due to an inherent disconnection from and dehumanisation of our true ‘Self'. She believes that through doing the work to heal and decondition ourselves we can return home to the core essence of who we are, not only healing ourselves but creating a ripple effect that heals the world around us. Her work takes a mind-body approach, viewing our mind as a crucial piece of the puzzled, but seeing the body as the truest portal to our Highest Self. Her work is trauma-informed, with the highest value being that of personal safety, as without safety, true healing and growth cannot happen. www.instagram.com/eleanorjane.x SOCIAL MEDIA Follow me on Instagram: @erinkyna Watch on Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UClS_69AoVmeXnnMpLulSZAQ The post: https://bit.ly/301voqI Support the Sex and Healing Podcast If the podcast has given you value and you wish to support you can do so using the PayPal link below. Donations/tips are not expected or are they required but even the smallest amount is extremely appreciated https://www.paypal.me/sexandhealing RESOURCES Maeve offers unique research-based audio sessions to guide women with their sexual experiences, for self-pleasure, increasing intimacy within relationships and for healing effects on mental and physical health. Use the code ERIN20 to get 20% off your monthly subscription
Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast. Our newsletter brings you five podcast recommendations each week according to a theme, and curated by a different person. Our podcast is an audio version of the newsletter.Subscribe to the newsletter: eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Love and Meaning. The curator is Naomi Kenrick.Why did Naomi choose this theme? She writes: As a mother of three small children living through an intensely challenging time, I have thought a lot about meaning and motherhood and identity and what it means to love and feel safe in a complex world.Thank you to our sponsors, The In Between Newsletter and the WTF To Listen To newsletter.In Between Newsletter: https://inbetweennewsletter.substack.com/p/coming-soon?showWelcome=trueWTF To Listen To: https://www.wtftolistento.com/Links mentioned in this episode:- Twitter Podcasting Community: https://twitter.com/i/communities/1453879399917375491- How To Do The Pot: https://dothepot.com/- SquadCast.fm: http://www.squadcast.fm/- The Midnight Bar: https://themidnightbar.buzzsprout.com/On Feedback with EarBuds, you'll hear an interview between our host, Arielle Nissenblatt, and someone doing something interesting in the podcast space. Then, you'll hear about this week's podcast picks being featured on our newsletter.Find this week's podcast recommendation list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/love-and-meaning-podcast-recommendationsThis week, Arielle speaks with Ellen Scanlon, host of the podcast How To Do The Pot.About Ellen: Ellen Lee Scanlon is co-creator and host of How to Do the Pot. She comes to cannabis with experience in startups, women's health, and financial services. Ellen uses cannabis for stress, sleep, to treat symptoms of Endometriosis, and to relax. This week's podcast picks from Naomi on Love and Meaning:Modern LoveHeavyweightInvisibiliaGravityWe Can Do Hard ThingsThis week's spotlight: Molly Whiskers and the Blue Tentacle, a new podcast from friend of EarBuds Mark SteadmanPrivate detective Molly has an eye for detail and a strong moral compass. She's also a rabbit. Her newest case involves a number of disappearing hamsters, but hot on their trail are Roscoe and Bailey, two of Fogsworth's finest police detectives...who, it should be mentioned, are cats. Listen: https://twitter.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=23dcd7a2c6f1281f17223e7b9&id=0cd0318215&e=08cb7bdbd6Apply to have your podcast spotlit: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/podcast-spotlightsEarBuds Blog: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/blogCurate a list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/earbuds-podcast-curators-formFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EarbudsPodColFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/earbudspodcastcollectiveFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/earbudspodcastcollective/Learn more at our website: http://www.earbudspodcastcollective.orgTee Public: https://www.teepublic.com/user/earbuds-podcast-collective
Cheryl sent in a great question to Ask The Egg Whisperer. She is 39. Here's what she asked, "Thank you for your show, Dr. Aimee. I had two IVF cycles, but my egg maturation rate is very low (54%, 10%). My AHM level is 0.67. My doctor did not find any signs of endometriosis, but some signs of adenomyosis. I saw there are four potential reasons for low maturation rates: 1) my age; 2) wrong IVF stimulation protocol; 3) endometriosis; 4) reproductive autoimmune failure. Are there any tests that I can do to figure this out?" You can tune in for more information about adenomyosis and endometriosis, and you can also hear the answers to other listener submitted questions. Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Join Egg Whisperer School Checkout the podcast Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.
Kidspot is running a conception campaign all throughout November called Two Tiny Lines, so each Monday we will be joined by a high profile mum who will share their fertility journey with us. This week we're joined by podcast host Zoe Marshall who struggled with stage four endometriosis before finally falling pregnant for the first time. Lauren Patterson joins us to talk about how to overcome toxic positivity, and Mel and Jules share their fears about daycare and schools opening back up. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What does the body of evidence have to say on the topic of endometriosis? Plus: Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine is authorized for children ages 5-11, and we go over why an aspirin a day is no longer suggested for many older adults. Block 1: Endometriosis: what it is and what might be causing it (2:59) Block 2: Endometriosis: risk factors, how common it is, diagnosis, treatments (8:37) Block 3: FDA approves Pfizer's COVID vaccine for children 5-11 years old (26:18) Block 4: An aspirin a day to prevent cardiovascular disease? (40:19) * Jingle by Joseph Hackl * Theme music: “Fall of the Ocean Queen“ by Joseph Hackl. * Assistant researcher: Nicholas Koziris To contribute to The Body of Evidence, go to our Patreon page at: http://www.patreon.com/thebodyofevidence/. To make a one-time donation to our show, you can now use PayPal! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=9QZET78JZWCZE Patrons get a bonus show on Patreon called “Digressions”! Check it out! References: 1) Flow diagram of treatment of endometriosis from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada: https://sogc.org/common/Uploaded%20files/SOGC%20Endometriosis%20COVID19%20Update-%20Endo%20Group%20Edits%20April%2018%202020.pdf 2) Use of CA-125 to diagnosis endometriosis: https://obgyn.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1471-0528.14055 3) Cochrane review of blood tests to diagnose endometriosis: https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD012281/full 4) Cochrane review of laparoscopic surgery to treat infertility associated with endometriosis: https://www.cochrane.org/CD011031/MENSTR_laparoscopic-surgery-pain-and-infertility-associated-endometriosis 5) Endometriosis time to diagnosis: https://academic.oup.com/humrep/article/18/4/756/596537 https://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(19)30002-X/fulltext 6) FDA news release on authorization of Pfizer's vaccine: https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-authorizes-pfizer-biontech-covid-19-vaccine-emergency-use-children-5-through-11-years-age 7) Pfizer's press release on its trial of its COVID-19 vaccine in children: https://www.pfizer.com/news/press-release/press-release-detail/pfizer-and-biontech-announce-positive-topline-results 8) United States Preventive Services Task Force updated recommendation on aspirin for primary prevention: https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/draft-recommendation/aspirin-use-to-prevent-cardiovascular-disease-preventive-medication Music Credits: Dreams Of Success (loopable) by chilledmusic Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8459-dreams-of-success-loopable- License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
In this episode of Vitality Radio Podcast, Jared rants about how the Italian Higher Institute of Health has reduced Italy's total official COVID death toll number by 97%. This is because of a decision to change the definition of a fatality to someone who died from COVID, rather than with COVID. This is all the proof you need about the misrepresentations of deaths for the obvious propagandizing of fear. Jared also Interviews Mike Kramarczyk from HPC Formulas to discuss systemic enzymes, a product called Fibrenza, and how supplementing with systemic enzymes can address fibromyalgia, fibroids, endometriosis, systemic inflammation and more. How you might ask? Systemic enzymes go after proteins that don't belong in our body. They discuss what the differences are between systemic enzymes and digestive enzymes and so much more. This episode is PACKED with information. Call Vitality Nutrition to learn more about how Fibrenza may be a very useful supplement in your daily supplementation.You can follow us at @vitalityradio on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Check us out online at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Just a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The podcast has not been evaluated by the FDA. The information within is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.
Hoy hablamos de otra de las preguntas frecuentes que recibo: ¿Qué suplementos puedes tomar para eliminar dolores y síntomas de endo? En el episodio de hoy: ¿Cómo puedes usar suplementos para manejar endo de forma efectiva? 5 suplementos que pueden apoyar a mejorar tu endo y por qué. Aquí te dejo varios links: Descarga la guía de estiramientos básicos para aliviar la tensión pélvica entrando aquí Episodios recomendados T3 E12 - Hierbas y especias para manejar el dolor de endo Chequea las investigaciones: -acerca de cómo el zinc puede ayudar a aliviar dolores menstruales entrando aquí -Cómo N-Acetyl Cysteine puede ayudar a bregar endo, en especial endometriomas aquí Haz una cita conmigo para ver cómo una endocoach puede apoyarte en tu proceso para manejar endoentrando aquí Sígueme en Facebook Instagram Únete al grupo privado de Facebook Desde el útero podcast
Have you heard of the term hydrosalpinx? Hydrosalpinx is the blockage of a woman's fallopian tube caused by a fluid buildup and dilation of the tube at its end. Most often it occurs at the fimbrial end of the tube next to the ovary, but it can also occur at the other end of the tube that attaches to the uterus. Today's guest was diagnosed with infertility after trying to conceive for a year. She underwent surgery for hydrosalpinx and possible endometriosis which resulted in removal of both her fallopian tubes due to damage caused by endometriosis. Sherelle Gilbert was faced with IVF being her only option for conceiving. She went through her first round of IVF that resulted in one normal PGS tested embryo. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic cancellations delayed the transfer of her embryo. Sherelle had a successful transfer and was excited, until she experienced a miscarriage at 7 weeks. In this episode, Sherelle takes us back on her journey through endometriosis, IVF and the costs, and her preparing for another round of IVF in hopes of bringing home her miracle. This episode is for you to listen to if you have been diagnosed with endometriosis, experienced IVF loss, or have had blocked fallopian tubes. Become a Sisters in Loss Birth Bereavement, and Postpartum Doula Here Living Water Doula Services Book Recommendations and Links Below You can shop my Amazon Store for the Book Recommendations You can follow Sisters in Loss on Social Join our Healing Collective Online Support Group Join the Sisters in Loss Online Community Sisters in Loss Instagram Sisters in Loss Facebook Sisters in Loss Twitter You can follow Erica on Social Erica's Website Erica's Instagram Erica's Facebook Erica's Twitter
Today we are sharing our interview with Catherine Lee and Lauren Lee-Crane - twin sisters, entrepreneurs and endometriosis warriors! Cath + Lar started Semaine Health to address period pain with plant-based, science-backed supplements. They are driven by the desire to empower other women who have experienced pain and discomfort, looking for answers rather than being dismissed or told their symptoms are "normal." With Cath's background in economic development and Lar's in art direction and graphic design, they never thought they would be entrepreneurs, but they always knew they would work together someday. They currently live in Atlanta and work together every day at the Semaine headquarters with Lar's husband, Matt, and their rescue dog, Toby. Follow them at @semainehealth and @asiancajuns. During this episode you'll hear about Cath + Lar's upbringing, as well as how they found out they had endometriosis, the long + arduous process of getting diagnosed for endometriosis…and how they came to found Semaine health, which now includes 2 star products that help with PMS and period support. If you want to give their products a try, visit semainehealth.com and use our code YOURHORMONEBALANCE20 for 20% off! CONNECT WITH SEMAINE HEALTH Website: Semainehealth.com @semainehealth @asiancajuns CONNECT WITH US Shoot us an email! Solo2.firstname.lastname@example.org Send us a DM! Solo 2.0 Podcast on @SOLO2.0PODCAST Follow Rye on Instagram @ryeburch and Jess @bodyblissbyjess
Jessica Murnane (IG: @jessicamurnane) is an author, speaker, and creative consultant. She has written two books - the cookbook One Part Plant: A Simple Guide To Eating Real One Meal At A Time and Know Your Endo: An Empowering Guide To Health + Hope With Endometriosis. Jessica is a sought-after speaker and host that's spoken at Apple, SXSW, and Wanderlust, among others. She has contributed to or appeared in several magazines and websites including Bon Appétit, Goop, Shape Magazine, and mindbodygreen. In this episode, we discuss: What is endometriosis (endo)? Jessica's long road to getting a diagnosis Bringing awareness to people suffering with endo The mental health aspect of dealing with a chronic illness Pushing through the pain Understanding genetic factors vs. lifestyle factors for endo The conventional medicine approach to endo Birth control pills can negatively affect mental health How endo impacts all aspects of life & relationships Tips for supporting your partner with their endo Dietary & lifestyle changes can reduce inflammation Seeing countless doctors over the years for various symptoms Transitioning to a plant-based diet for healing Feeling better physically & mentally after years of suffering Having an open mind to wellness practices Connecting joy with movement Foam rolling is an incredible tool for people with chronic pain Rebounders are great for your lymphatic system Your endo diet is unique to you How to get your family & friends to embrace your dietary changes Jessica's thoughts on supplements & endo Using cannabis for chronic pain The 2 different types of surgery for endometriosis Mindful walking is a stress management tool Preparing for menopause Practicing self-compassion helps you calm down The reality of living with endo Endometriosis awareness is so critical Show sponsors: Paleovalley
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Millions of people around the world live with the severe pain of this condition. But most of them wait years for an actual diagnosis. MIT researcher Dr. Linda Griffith tells us why that happens, and the toll that endometriosis takes on those who live with it -- including herself. WebMD does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
In this episode, we feature Dr. Jessica Drummond, as a part of our New Models series. You'll learn what a big deal endometriosis is, and to what degree it acts like many other chronic illnesses that you're probably treating in your practices.
¿Te has preguntado qué viene primero, si el insomnio o el dolor? La cosa por lo regular va así, si tienes endo es posible que te identifiques con el insomnio causado por el dolor. Claro, ¿quien puede dormir con el dolor que causa lo que pareciera un animal enganchado a tu espalda y abdomen? De hecho, estudios han demostrado que la calidad de sueño entre pacientes de endo tiende a ser bastante pobre. En el episodio de hoy: Comparto contigo 5 formas en que tu calidad de sueño puede afectar tus síntomas de endometriosis y claro, te ofrezco alternativas para mejorarlo. Aquí te dejo varios links: Descarga la guía de estiramientos básicos para aliviar la tensión pélvica entrando aquí Episodios recomendados Escucha acerca de los SIMS y DIMS entrando aquí Chequea una de las investigaciones que se han hecho de cómo el sueño afecta endo https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32176592/ https://jcsm.aasm.org/doi/10.5664/jcsm.8464 Haz una cita conmigo para ver cómo una endocoach puede apoyarte en tu proceso para manejar endoentrando aquí Sígueme en Facebook Instagram Únete al grupo privado de Facebook Desde el útero podcast entrando aquí
vesloils.com Use code SPOONIESUNITE for 10% offMaggie Bowyer (they/them/theirs) is a poet, cat parent, and the author of The Whole Story (Margaret Bowyer, 2020) and When I Bleed: Poems about Endometriosis (2021). They are a blogger and essayist with a focus on Endometriosis, Fibromyalgia, and chronic pain. They have been featured in Bourgeon Magazine, Capsule Stories, Detour Ahead, Written Tales, Scribe, and more. They were the Editor-in-Chief of The Lariat Newspaper, a quarter-finalist in Brave New Voices 2016, and they were a Marilyn Miller Poet Laureate. Maggie's Links:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maggie.writes/?hl=enAmazon book "When I Bleed": https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578867877/ref=cm_sw_r_as_gl_api_glt_fabc_5PBX7F5ZFRCY9VQQGJC7?linkCode=ml1&tag=maggiebowyer-20&pldnSite=1Website: https://maggiebowyer.com/Coupon code: spooniesuniteSocial Media:https://www.instagram.com/therealspooniesunite/https://www.facebook.com/groups/2443751542368935Our New Book "Live a Better Life": https://tinyurl.com/36b3xzm6Our Book “Empowered Self Care”: https://amzn.to/2Q2bUxqMyWellnessHub: https://my-wellness-hub.mn.co/Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-real-spoonies-uniteEmail: hello@TheRealSpooniesUnite.comSupport the show (https://my-wellness-hub.mn.co/)
In this episode, I share my personal story of how I've been silently battling endometriosis for over 30 years. My good friend Cathy Skelcher interviewed me. Cathy is the founder of Inner Revolution Coaching & Yoga with over 22 years of experience. We have an open and difficult conversation about what it's like to suffer with endometriosis, how the disease is poorly understood with no known cause or cure at this time. 1 in 10 women are suffering with endo which means someone you know is quietly in pain. Our conversation is candid, please use earbuds if little ones are around. https://endometriosisnetwork.com/ https://endocanada.org/ To connect with Cathy Skelcher: https://cathyskelcher.com/ Calendars are in! https://wakeupwithgratitude.com/products/2022-calendar Free Gratitude Meditation download: http://bit.ly/GratitudeLoveLetter Visit my shop: https://wakeupwithgratitude.com/ Check out the podcast: https://www.podpage.com/wake-up-with-gratitude/ Post-production Audio by Paul Tedeschini https://campsite.bio/juliecmboyer https://www.tiktok.com/@wakeupwithgratitude
Today episode is all about your hormones...yep it is important to know if your hormones are in hormone havoc...Blair is interviewing Deidre Brooks, BC, APRN, FNP on how our hormones play a big part in our lives. Not just for having babies or menopause stuff.We talk abut Dutch Testing, GI Mapping, and more.Estrogen:Over growth might be possible if you have noticed weight gain in your hips, thighs, and butt area. Hot flashes or night sweats...Progesterone:Might be low or to high if you notice:Hot flashes, bad mood, low sleep quality, and no sex driveTestosterone:Might be low or to high if you notice:Low sex drive, hot flashes, acne eyes down on face, muscle waisting, and low energy.So you can see that getting tested is important because a lot of hormones are similar so check in with Diedre to get tested and feeling your best.You deserve it! Deidre Brooks BC-APRN, FNPDeidre is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with extensive functional medicine training through the Institute of Functional Medicine. She has devoted her career in caring for women through the lifespan. Deidre has been in the Women's health arena since 2005. Currently she works with clients to help unfold the root cause of their ailments through a functional medicine approach specializing in Gut health, hormone imbalances, Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Disease, Interstitial Cystitis, autoimmune disorders and more.Deidre is a national speaker on Endometriosis and Uterine Fibroids with Abbvie Pharmaceuticals and has been appointed adjunct faculty for Otterbein University since 2006 working with graduate/undergrad studies.Desirewellnessgroup.comFB: desirewellnessgroupInstagram: desirewellnessgroup
In Episode 281 of Beat Infertility, Paula shares her triumph over endometriosis and diminished ovarian reserve (DOR). Infertility coach Heather Huhman helps warriors like you make scientifically-based, well-informed decisions about your next steps. To schedule your free 30-minute call, go to https://beatinfertility.co/hope.
Okay today I want to now talk about something a little more unusual, and that's Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and its possible connection to endometriosis. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is a group of 13 conditions which all affect connective tissue (collagen) in the body. Most are rare, but one type called hypermobility EDS is common. Because the intestines are made from soft tissue, EDS affects digestion and often causes IBS symptoms. It is a major risk factor for developing SIBO, because it slows down motility. If you have EDS and SIBO, you will be chronic - but you can still live well! And we'll get to that in the bonus lesson with Dr Allison Siebecker. And just to hammer this point home about the connection between EDS and IBS, one study of 228 IBS patients found 48% also had EDS. Now the reason why I want to bring EDS to your attention is because I am seeing it more and more in my clients with both endometriosis and SIBO. Despite these statistics, to my knowledge, most experts do not consider EDS and endometriosis to be significantly connected. At present, it is thought that most of the period pain and menstrual problems of those with EDS is not caused by endometriosis, but EDS itself. However, I have spoken to multiple health care practitioners who do see a connection and see the two conditions together in patients, and because EDS can cause gut problems and SIBO, I think it's worth raising here. So, here's an overview of what we know so far… Current estimation is 6-23% of patients with EDS also have endometriosis. More research is being done into the connection at present. 32-77% of those with EDS have vulvodynia and or pain with sex. 33-75% have heavy menstrual bleeding. 73-93% have painful periods. And here are some of the main symptoms of EDS, though there are many and they are often far reaching. You do` not have to have them all to have EDS: ·Joint pain/full body pain Hypermobility (can be very subtle) Stretchy skin Soft, velvety skin Bruise easily Dislocations of joints Chronic fatigue Dental crowding And I wanted to include some signs or clues of EDS as well… Unusual symptoms that seem random, so people with EDS often feel like they have lots of symptoms and never really feel well. Family has hypermobility - again, this can be very subtle. They might have no idea. Tight muscles and stiffness - because your joints are unstable, the muscles overcompensate and are often stiff and tight to try and create some stability in the body. Allergies - and this is because MCAS is now being identified as a co-condition of EDS. MCAS is when the mast cells which release histamine are overly sensitive and easily triggered, resulting in a higher amount of histamine being released on a daily basis. Mast Cell Activation Syndrome still isn't widely acknowledged by conventional medicine, but many functional and naturopathic doctors are leading the way with this. MCAS is now showing up in the research as being a likely co-condition of EDS, as part of a trio with another condition call PoTS, which stands for Postural Tachycardia syndrome. Low blood pressure and/or dizziness - because EDS often comes with something called dysautonomia Racing heart or palpitations - due to a type of dysautonomia which I mentioned earlier, called PoTs IBS - because of how EDS affects the gut So, following on from that, I just wanted to provide a bit more education around dysautonomia in case you have the signs. Dysautonomia is a group of conditions that affect the autonomic nervous system, which control involuntary functions of the body. Postural Tachycardia syndrome or PoTs is one of these conditions and is part of a trio of EDS-MCAS-PoTs I mentioned earlier, and it affects blood flow and blood pressure in the body, so that too little blood is getting to the heart and the heart rate increases when going from sitting/lying down to standing. Some of the symptoms of dysautonomia are… Blood sugar dysregulation Low blood pressure/fainting Chest pain/breathing issues/palpitations/racing heart Gut problems and bladder problems Dizziness/balance difficulties/vertigo Struggle to regulate temperature I'll take you through some ways to get tested in the next lesson. Now I know this might sound scary, but if you do get a diagnosis, you can manage these symptoms long-term, and your quality of life will dramatically improve! And just because I found this personally quite helpful, because there's a lot of symptoms floating around with this, EDS specialist Dr Alena Guggenehim sees loose joints, joint pain and dysautonomia as the main signs/symptoms of hEDS. Diagnosis for EDS is best done through a rheumatologist, but reportedly this is more frequently being performed by GPs these days. If you can't get a referral on the NHS (if you're based in the UK), then I think the best route would be to buy health insurance and get referred to an EDS specialist. I think that would be safest, because not all GPs are fully versed in diagnosing EDS. For hypermobility EDS, diagnosis is based on a physical test called Beighton score, which looks at the range of mobility in your joints, as well as issues like teeth overcrowding. Family and patient history should also be taken into account, and signs of co-conditions, like allergies and dizziness. It's worth noting here that you can still have hEDS if you don't score highly on the Beighton score. There is a link to it in the slides, but it does have some confusing terminology and is not to be used as a tool for diagnosis without a doctor. Genetic testing will also be carried out to rule out the rarer forms of EDS. PoTs is tested for by testing heart rate and blood pressure when going from sitting to standing and lying down (on a tilted table) to upright. You'll need to speak to your GP to get a referral. If you test positive for EDS and you have signs of dysautonmia, even if it's just fatigue, it's worth looking into this. Other tests may be run to look for other types of dysautonomia Listen and subscribe on your favourite player or listen directly/download MP3 here or just listen below! Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at email@example.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. 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Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk Show Notes Stats references https://www.rcgp.org.uk/clinical-and-research/resources/toolkits/ehlers-danlos-syndromes-toolkit.aspx https://www.siboinfo.com/associated-diseases.html https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29687534/ https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/pdf/2018-annual-conference/N-Blagowidow-2018Baltimore-OB-GYN-and-EDS-HSD-S.pdf Symptoms https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/ehlers-danlos-syndromes/ https://www.rcgp.org.uk/clinical-and-research/resources/toolkits/ehlers-danlos-syndromes-toolkit.aspx https://ehlers-danlos.com/wp-content/uploads/hEDS-Dx-Criteria-checklist-1.pdf https://www.rcgp.org.uk/clinical-and-research/resources/toolkits/ehlers-danlos-syndromes-toolkit.aspx Dysautonomia https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31267471/ https://drbeckycampbell.com/mast-cell-activation-syndrome-postural-orthostatic-tachycardia-syndrome-and-ehlers-danlos-syndrome-what-is-the-connection/ https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/postural-tachycardia-syndrome/ https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/6004-dysautonomia https://join.sibosos.com/page/94124 Testing references https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/ehlers-danlos-syndromes/ https://ehlers-danlos.com/wp-content/uploads/hEDS-Dx-Criteria-checklist-1.pdf https://www.rcgp.org.uk/clinical-and-research/resources/toolkits/ehlers-danlos-syndromes-toolkit.aspx https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/postural-tachycardia-syndrome/
This episode is from a mini IG Live answering your questions about painful sex with endo (which turned out not to be mini, more like 40 mins). Here's the three most common questions I answered: Is there anything that will make sex with endo eventually not painful/how do I fix it? I've tried everything but still get pain, is surgery the next option? How to navigate painful sex without killing the mood? In this IG Live I talk about inflammation, adhesions, having a hypertonic pelvic floor, pain science and share lots of tools, resources and books to help you on your way to having less pain (hopefully pain free) sex. I really hope you find this useful! Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk
MEET DELIC is almost upon us! For our appreciation of listening to this podcast, use code RADIONAUT for 20% off General Admission. Head over to www.meetdelic.com to get your tickets! This episode dives into the science of pain relief through ketamine treatments, anesthetics, nerve blocks, and other techniques with regenerative medicine specialist Dr. Matt Cook, and we get real and personal with Dr. David Rabin MD, PhD, a board-certified psychiatrist and Co-Founder, and Co-Inventor at Apollo Neuroscience about the power of touch for stress relief. We discuss: - Ketamine - Dosage Safety Windows - The dangers of fentanyl - Endometriosis - Regenerative medicine - Human touch for stress relief in times of crisis - Much more
In this episode of the Endo Babe Podcast, I answer the question of, How would I change the actions I took when I was first diagnosed? What are the things I wish I had done more of and less of? The other podcast episodes I referenced in this ep: With Dr. Cook (click here!) With Katie from Heal Endo (click here!) On Seed Cycling (click here!) ************* Follow Chelsea on IG here! Get your TICKETS to the Endo Babe Bash here!! Click here to join the Endo Babe email list Check out other freebies + the Endo Babe blog here! Join my FREE Endo Babe Support Group on FB --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/endobabepodcast/support
Una de las bases que uso como endocoach para ayudar a mis clientas a manejar los síntomas de endometriosis es trabajar con tu sistema digestivo. Porque muchos de los síntomas relacionados con endo como dolor crónico tienen raíces comunes en inflamación, estrés, disfunciones del sistema digestivo o inmune, deficiencias nutricionales o disbiosis en la microbiota intestinal. En este episodio hablamos de: 10 formas científicamente probadas que pueden ayudarte a mantener tu sistema digestivo trabajando como la maquinaria fascinante que es. Aquí te dejo varios links: Descarga la guía de estiramientos básicos para aliviar la tensión pélvica entrando aquí Chequea una de las investigaciones que ese han hecho de cómo el cerebro y el intestino están ligados entrando a este link Haz una cita conmigo aquí para ver cómo una endocoach puede apoyarte en tu proceso para manejar endo Sígueme en Facebook Instagram Únete al grupo privado de Facebook Desde el útero podcast
It's another Real Talk episode! This week Cassie and Chelsea are sharing about their second book- Live a Better Life! We're not always great about sharing the cool things we've created so here we are trying to be better! If you'd like to purchase the Kindle or paperback copy of our book you can find it here: https://amzn.to/2ZYqVVJ As always, our DM's are open, so feel free to message us about anything on Instagram or email: Hello@TheRealSpooniesUnite.Com :)Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealwellnesshub/My Wellness Hub Community: https://my-wellness-hub.mn.co/Support the show (https://my-wellness-hub.mn.co/)Support the show (https://my-wellness-hub.mn.co/)
Getting diagnosed with PCOS and/or Endometriosis can feel like a life sentence for some. I've seen two kinds of camps. One where women have been having issues with their cycle or periods and getting diagnosed and feeling like it was a really deflating, non solution answer and others who really struggle with the debilitating symptoms of either condition with repetitive surgery and medications. There are of course many band-aid approaches, like the pill and lots of dietary recommendations like quitting sugar, dairy, gluten etc, (and I say bandaid because as soon as you take off said bandaid, the wound opens up again), but what is the cause of these hormonal issues and how do we really overcome them so we can have beautiful, healthy reproductive systems and hormones? Jessica Ash is a Clinical Nutritionist, Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist and Holistic Health Coach and her course “Fully Nourished” has helped thousands of women overcome hormonal issues like PCOS, Endometriosis, rebalance their hormones after coming off birth control as well as solve underlying thyroid and hormonal issues. All with Food! In this episode we talk about: PolyCystic Ovarian Syndrome vs Cystic Ovaries How PCOS is diagnosed Genetics vs imprinting Adrenaline and Cortisol Giving up dairy and sugar Carbohydrates High blood sugar Low blood sugar Metformin The contraceptive pill as a solution Metabolic Syndrome Mitochondrial Dysfunction Focusing on weight loss Anaemia Iron Overload Mineral Deficiencies Oestrogen Dominance Oestrogen as an anti-inflammatory When Endometriosis returns after surgery Progesterone How metabolism is the foundation of healthy hormones The problem with bloods and pathology Liver health and detoxification See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Welcome back to The Simplicity Sessions, I'm delighted that you've joined us today. My name is Jenn Pike, your host, registered holistic nutritionist, medical exercise specialist, the best-selling author of the Simplicity Project and the creator of the women's revolutionary health program, The Hormone Project. I decided to do something a little different than our regular Monday episodes. I encouraged you to ask me your questions on estrogen and you all came through with some great queries. The questions allowed me to go over many of the myths and worries involved with estrogen. I discuss why estrogen is vilified when we discuss hormones and how the hormone fluctuates through your life. I answer many questions on varying levels of estrogen and its effect on your body as well as how you should interpret test results for the hormone. I am also releasing my 7-day detox program for FREE so you can move towards feeling better soon by following the program: https://jennpike.com/freedetox If you have a question for me and my team, send it over to email@example.com or via Instagram at @jennpike and I'll do my best to share helpful insights, thoughts and advice. Here are the main topics of today's episode: The reason why estrogen is vilified Estrogen fluctuations with age What do you think comes first: estrogen dominance or Endometriosis? Are fibrocystic breasts only a result of excess estrogen? How low is low for estrogen levels? What do I recommend taking for high estrogen? Do phytoestrogens influence the Dutch test results? What are the top 5 ways to get rid of extra estrogen? Is estrogen safe post-lumpectomy with proper monitoring? Can milk physil increase estrogen? Is it still meaningful to take broccoli sprouts? Are blood tests for hormones still worthwhile? How to test phase three of estrogen detox? How does estrogen play into night sweats around the time of your period? Is there any evidence that daily raw carrots will help clear estrogen? Can soy protein affect estrogen and can that affect libido? Is a terrible luteal phase feeling better after ovulation an estrogen problem? Do soy and flax seeds increase estrogen? How is estrogen made in the ovaries? Does high estrogen cause menstrual cramps? Connect with us - Thank you for joining us today. If you could do me the honor of hitting the subscribe button, leaving a review, sharing this podcast with a friend, or tagging me on social media when you visit The Simplicity Sessions Community on Facebook or @jennpike on Instagram, I would be forever grateful. You can connect to this episode on iTunes, Spotify, or Stitcher by searching The Simplicity Sessions, or visiting www.jennpike.com/podcast. Join our growing community via Facebook The Simplicity Sessions Community. Online work with Jenn - Register for my signature program The Hormone Project and work with my team and me 1:1 to support your health, hormones, and more via the following link www.jennpike.com/thehormoneproject. Sign up for The Synced Program to learn how to tune your body to the lunar cycle and acquire a multidisciplinary approach to balance your body in less than 30 minutes a day! Interested in registering for the upcoming Audacious Women mentorship? Send us a message via our website at https://jennpike.com/contact/ To learn more about the products mentioned in this episode, visit the link I've shared on my Instagram @jennpike. There you can discover where you can purchase these products and how you can start to make them part of your everyday simplicity approach. 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This is really what we're talking about where adrenal health can actually suppress the signal, which then can result in less progesterone and more estrogen, relatively speaking.” “A perception from women is that you're not trying to have the hormones that you had in your twenties and thirties when you're in your late forties, fifties, and sixties” “Stop drinking alcohol. Don't shoot the messenger! But the alcohol will seriously mess with your excess estrogen.”
Nidda recently sent a question in to The Egg Whisperer. She is 32, and has endometriosis and has had recurrent miscarriage. Here's what she asks, "I'm going to read what she shared. Hi, I have endometriosis and recurrent miscarriages. I've had five. My endometriosis was diagnosed in 2017 with an open surgery. I tried naturally for one year. Both tubes were shown open, but no pregnancy. I started IVF in 2018, six embryos, one day three transfer, and the rest day five blasts were frozen. I got pregnant four times. The heartbeat was seen in two of them. And my second IVF in 2021 with one, two day frozen transfer and one, three day frozen. I became pregnant for the fifth time, but miscarried pathology data for our last pregnancy showed normal fetus no data from the placenta normal sperm analysis, DNA frag laparoscopy in 2020 endo removed uterus hysteroscopy done in normal. I've tried prednisone your lipids heparin on my last pregnancy. And PGT is just not an option due to regular, recurrent miscarriage. Blood tests and chromosomal issues in both me and the sperm provider were tested and normal. We have one frozen embryo left. What options do we have?" Tune in to hear the answer to this question, and others. Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Join Egg Whisperer School Checkout the podcast Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.
In today's episode Abby bravely shares her journey with infertility. Abby was diagnosed with endometriosis at 17 but it wasn't until she was in her early thirties that she started actively trying to fall pregnant. Her egg count and quality was excellent but her endometriosis posed significant complications. Abby takes us through the physical and emotional pain of her journey, the comfort in talking to other women on the same path and the light that came with her very last embryo, baby Remielle.
Today we are shifting gears from Diabetes and talking about something that affects 1 in every 10 women, and is often misunderstood. We are joined by Jessica Murnane, who explains what Endometriosis is, her personal journey with it, and how she has learned to live a healthier life with it. We cover everything from mental health, stress management, and environmental factors. If you are struggling with Endometriosis, we highly recommend checking out Jessica's new book: "Know Your Endo", which has already helped so many people. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes! Please leave us a review to ensure that the Mastering Diabetes message reaches as many people living with diabetes as possible. Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook
Jané is a young graphic designer living in South Africa. For years she was doubted by her doctors despite being in debilitating pain & experiencing intense symptoms surrounding her reproductive organs. Until one day she was listening to and episode of Sickboy podcast all about Endometriosis and a lightbulb clicked — this is surely what she was experiencing. This week on the pod, the fellas talk to Jané all about her Endo journey: from diagnostic surgery and treatment during COVID, to the healthcare gaps in South Africa, to her experience with support groups and more!
In this second part of their series on endometriosis, Fei and Nick discuss treatment options for endometriosis. Check out episode 77 on chronic pelvic pain, which is quite relevant to today's topic: https://creogsovercoffee.com/notes/2020/3/8/chronic-pelvic-painhttps://creogsovercoffee.com/notes/2020/3/8/chronic-pelvic-pain Twitter: @creogsovercoff1 Instagram: @creogsovercoffee Facebook: www.facebook.com/creogsovercoffee Website: www.creogsovercoffee.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/creogsovercoffee You can find the OBG Project at: www.obgproject.com