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What You Need To Know About PCOS


Are you experiencing cycle, skin, weight and/ or unwanted hair growth symptoms? Has Dr Google has lead you to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) as a possibility? Or perhaps you've been given a diagnosis of PCOS by your GP, but you really don't know where to go from here?

Read on to gain an understanding of what PCOS is, the signs, symptoms, causes, consequences of and how you can get a diagnosis, so you can seek the guidance you need to support your hormones, cycle and body back to balance. 

What is PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormone disorder with increasing prevalence and now affecting 1 in 5 Australian women of a child bearing age and 1 in 7 world wide.1 It is one of the leading drivers for female infertility and alarmingly 71% of women with PCOS remain undiagnosed.2

Having PCOS means that your ovaries aren’t getting the right hormone signals from the pituitary gland in your brain, resulting in an overall...

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How Oestrogen Dominance may be Upsetting your Health

How Oestrogen Dominance may be Upsetting your Health

It’s the week before your period and your PMS is in full swing, with an irritable, snappy and sensitive, cry-at-the-drop-of-a-hat, snap-at-someone-for-saying-hello, whirl wind of crazy emotions. You have swollen, tender breasts and you start to dread the upcoming chronic cramping and heavy flow you all to regularly suffer from.

This is a story I have unfortunately heard repeatedly from female patients who seek my help as a Naturopath. This is the story of Oestrogen dominance.


Oestrogen refers to three different hormones which allow endometrial cells (cells lining the womb) to multiply, in preparation for pregnancy.  Oestrogen is the sex hormone responsible for the development of the breasts, growth of the uterus and as the skeleton matures, the characteristic womanly curves, in a girl who is going through puberty. Together with other hormones, Oestrogen helps to regulate the menstrual cycle.


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