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No more feeling helpless that you will forever be experiencing the uncomfortable symptoms that is associated with endometriosis, there is HOPE. And the birth control pill is NOT your only solution. Your body is speaking to you, so what's it trying to tell you?
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You ask yourself “but, will it work for ME?!”
Or maybe even worse you already think, “This won’t work for me. I’m stuck this way.”
You are not stuck this way.
Even if you’ve worked with a ton of different specialists, we bring something unique to the table.
It's not just about taking birth control, which is the typical support for endometriosis. While it can be helpful, it IS a band-aid to the root cause. Our passion + drive to help you uncover what your body is telling you and giving you the right diet and lifestyle support is a game-changer.
So, PSA: If we start talking to you about poop or things that feel unrelated from endometriosis, don't freak! I promise there is a reason - we're helping you piece all of your health pieces together. That's why people hire a endometriosis nutritionist! 🙂
.. have hope that you can become pregnant!!
..you can confidently make choices that are supporting your body, hormones, and it's ability to thrive!
...minimize future health expenses from doctor visits to hospital and surgeries.
..retire that heating pad because pain has diminished.
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Endometriosis is an inflammatory disease affected by hormonal imbalances. The name of this condition comes from the word “endometrium,” which is the tissue that lines the uterus. Women with endometriosis develop tissue that looks and acts like endometrial tissue outside of the uterus, usually on other reproductive organs inside the pelvis or in the abdominal cavity. Each month, this misplaced tissue responds to the hormonal changes of the menstrual cycle by building up and breaking down just as the endometrium does, resulting in small bleeding inside of the pelvis. This leads to more inflammation, swelling and scarring of the normal tissue.
Endometriosis happens when tissue that is similar to the tissue that lines the woman’s uterus, grows outside of the uterus.
This tissue acts like regular uterine tissue does during your period: It will break apart and bleed at the end of the cycle. But this blood has nowhere to go. Surrounding areas may become inflamed or swollen. You might have scar tissue and lesions.
Endometriosis is most common on your ovaries.
Root causes of endometriosis in the functional medicine space can be an imbalance of hormones, such as estrogen dominance or imbalanced gut health that can be reabsorbing hormones, such as estrogen, leading to the imbalanced hormones. Increased levels of environmental toxins can also be a root cause of endometriosis. Our approach is to figure out the root cause of endometriosis and use food as medicine!
Women experience various symptoms at different points in their menstrual cycles, including mild and temporary bloating. However, abdominal bloating is another common but NOT normal symptom of endometriosis. Endo belly ranges in severity, but in some cases, it can cause severe distension and discomfort. This is something we recommend getting to the root cause of!
We have found there is much you can do to support endometriosis by instilling positive diet and lifestyle habits into your daily routine, so that you aren’t plagued with endometriosis symptoms. So while it can’t be “cured”, it doesn’t mean you have to suffer from symptoms forever.
Endometriosis can cause pain — sometimes severe — especially during menstrual periods. Fertility problems also may develop. Fortunately, you can help prevent and support your body through this with functional nutrition and lifestyle factors!
Yes, endometriosis can cause infertility so it’s important to work with a practitioner to get to the root cause of your endometriosis and balance your hormones.
Traditionally endometriosis is linked to women with a lower body mass index. However there is plenty of anecdotal evidence to suggest that endometriosis may also lead to an individual gaining weight over time.