Take control over your Endometriosis

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Endometriosis, is often mistaken for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), and affects countless women, with approximately 1 in 10 women of reproductive age enduring its challenges. Unlike PCOS, which relates to excessive androgen hormones and insulin, Endometriosis is characterized by elevated estrogen levels. Its symptoms can be debilitating, ranging from pelvic pain and cramping to digestive issues and painful intercourse.

To accurately diagnose endometriosis, a laparoscopy is often necessary -an operation in which a camera (a laparoscope) is inserted into the pelvis via a small cut near the navel, this allows surgeons to observe pelvic organs for signs of the condition.

Endometrial lesions can manifest in various locations, including the ovaries, bladder, bowel, and fallopian tubes

Symptoms to consider:

  • Do you suffer with pelvic pain, cramping, or back pain especially before your period?
  • Do you suffer with bloating, spotting, and bleeding between your cycles?
  • Do you suffer with digestion issues, nausea before/during your period?
  • Do you suffer with painful bowel movements or constipation?
  • Do you suffer with UTI’s?
  • Is sex painful for you?

Differentiating endometriosis pain:

  • Pain during menstruation is normal; endometriosis pain is chronic, severe, and consistent.
  • Endometriosis periods are normally very heavy and long.


Endometriosis doesn’t just affect menstruation; it impacts various bodily systems. Inflammation can have a huge impact on gut microbiome imbalances, that can then disrupt hormone levels and worsen symptoms. It affects the  autoimmune response to become overreactive, coupled with liver overload from toxins (chemicals, medication, alcohol) leading to poor clearance and affect oestrogen levels which compounds the condition’s severity.

Hormone imbalance due to endometriosis is caused by the excess oestrogen levels as they are out of balance with progesterone, this may occur from excess oestrogen or low levels of progesterone or both. Hormone imbalance can be impacted further by stress, environment, lifestyle, life factor, trauma and other health conditions.

3 Tips to help you straight away

Eat healthily– really important to try and cut out as much processed as possible as these induce an inflammatory response in the body. Reduce refined sugar as this increase’s insulin and inflammation in the body which may worsen symptoms

Drink lemon water first thing in the morning help with many of the side effects of endometriosis, such as nausea, indigestion, irritable bowel, constipation and diarrhea. Plus the liver regulates and helps remove oestrogen from the body, if the liver function is compromised, this can contribute to and/or exacerbate endometriosis so drinking lemon water will aid detoxication by acting as a liver cleanser.

Avoid plastics such as Bisphenol A (BPA) and try and use glass, stainless steel, silicone or ceramic all of which are good choices. Don’t drink out of plastic water bottles or use a plastic water filter, instead for a sink installed filter instead. Alcohol-based hand cleaners increase BPA absorption through the skin, wash hands with soap and warm water before handling food. Be aware of chemical Phthalates found in household products, beauty products and personal care product such as soaps, shampoos, hair sprays, and nail polishes.

I offer tailored programs spanning 10 to 12 weeks, designed specifically to cater to your requirements, with prices starting at £280. If you’re seeking assistance in navigating Endometriosis management, feel free to reach out. Together, we can work towards achieving relief and enhancing your quality of life.

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