‘TUDE TALK TV + MUM MESSAGES + HEALTH
Mother Nature blessed women with the ability to procreate, and along with that for many comes pain. For a lot of women, the pain is bearable, and for many others it’s abnormal.
Endometriosis affects at least 11% of women in Australia and is classified as a chronic condition. Another 8-13% of women in Australia have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Many cases are unreported and dismissed as normal period pain. However, if left untreated either condition can affect fertility or the ability to get pregnant.
I talked with Chloe Allan about her experience with both Endometriosis and PCOS. She shares her insights on what’s normal and what’s not, and what you can do if you suspect you have either Endometriosis or PCOS.
Chloe also shares how to manage the pain and some tips on how to manage the pain naturally, such as reducing the intake of inflammatory foods and exercise.
You can listen to the full episode of ‘Tude Talk TV (28mins or play on fast speed).
- Go with your gut. If you’re given advice that doesn’t feel right to you, get a second opinion.
- A mother’s intuition is usually correct, so listen to that.
- If you suspect you have Endometriosis and/or PCOS see a Gynecologist.
Many Thanks to Chloe Allan for sharing her experiences. Chloe is a Virtual Assistant who helps take away to-do’s, strategise socials & helps get you back to working on your business rather than in it. You can find Chloe here: Chloe the Creative or on Instagram: Raising Eva
Photo by Anthony Tran on Unsplash
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