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Hormones out of balance!!!

Posted by Melissa Callaghan on

  Hormones out of balance!!! Can you relate to these signs? Fatigue, headaches or migraines, thyroid dysfunction, mood changes, irritability, anxiety or depression, weight gain, irregular menstrual cycle, breast tenderness, fibroids, endometriosis, low libido, hot flashes. Your progesterone may be getting stolen!!! These signs can also be triggered by other conditions such as hypothyroidism, low iron, low vitamin d, cortisol imbalance, are a few examples however we can't rule out progesterone. As a Naturopath it is my job to find the root cause of your signs and symptoms and when you present to me with many of the above signs...

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Period Pain

Posted by Melissa Callaghan on

Come on over and join my Facebook Group where I talk about how toxins effect your whole body and how they are keeping you sick. Would love everyone to come along and join the group.   Here is the link to join:    ✔ nausea ✔ vomiting ✔ dull, throbbing, cramping pain in the lower abdomen ✔ pain in the lower back and thighs ✔ sweating ✔ dizziness ✔ loose stools ✔ constipation ✔ bloating abdomen ✔ diarrhoea ✔ headaches ✔ feeling faint ✔ tender breasts ✔ All of these are signs and symptoms of menstrual cramps Most females have...

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Let’s talk about Uterine Fibroids

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Come on over and join my Facebook Group where I talk about how toxins effect your whole body and how they are keeping you sick.   Would love everyone to come along and join the group.   Here is the link to join:  Let's talk about Uterine Fibroids They have many names such as myomas, leyomiomas, or fibroma. Whatever you want to call them they are a pain - literallyPeriod pain is NOT normal!!!Fibroids are non-cancerous tumours that can develop in the uterus during the reproductive years. They are also the leading cause of women requiring hysterectomy. For many years they...

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Endometriosis, a potential cause of painful periods

Posted by Melissa Callaghan on

I’m sure we have all heard of it before but do we really know what it is and how common it is?About 1 in 10 women will have endometriosis and not realise it.Unfortunately, there is a delay of about 7 – 10 years from when signs and symptoms begin to an actual diagnosis. It can begin anywhere from beginning of menstruation as a young girl to menopause.Why does it take so long to diagnose?It is quite simple.Signs and symptoms become accepted as a normal part of a woman’s menstrual cycle by both women & girls as well as medical practitioners....

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