Do You Panic When You Get Sore from Endometriosis?

Do You Panic When You Get Sore from Endometriosis?

I had a bad period this month. I had PMS symptoms a week before, diarrhea, sore breasts and that horrible tired feeling days before. On my first day I was quite sore, which I haven’t had for ages. The major symptom that appeared was the emotional stuff! Poor James had to deal with the sobbing for…

The Meanest Side Effect of Experiencing Pain with Endometriosis

The Meanest Side Effect of Experiencing Pain with Endometriosis

You know the kind of days when you have that intense throbbing and it just sits with you all day? The type where, no matter what you do, it just doesn’t seem to want to ease up or free you from its constant reminder. It is just there, stuck in for the day, like a…

18 Fabulous Ways to Get Enough Protein

18 Fabulous Ways to Get Enough Protein

I often get asked about whether we are getting enough protein in our diets and thought I would give you some insights… Protein is an essential macro nutrient, which our bodies need for repair work and making all those hormones too! With having Endometriosis, I certainly want loads of repairing going on and also ensure…

How to Be Happy You Are a Woman…

How to Be Happy You Are a Woman…

I remember the first day I cursed that I was a woman. It was the first day of my period and I was learning all about how to stick a tampon up my vagina. It felt icky, sore and something I really didn’t want to be discussing with anyone, not even my mother. It felt…

Free Online Training for Women with Endometriosis

How to manage endometriosis holistically using the REACH Technique©

Melissa is an endometriosis expert and helps women manage this challenging condition naturally through her REACH Technique©. She developed the technique after having overcome her own struggles with Stage 4 endometriosis and now living a pain & symptom free life.
 
She has managed to transform the lives of 1000's of women around the world through her technique and has helped many of her clients get pregnant, overcome extreme pain and avoid repeated surgeries.
 
After overcoming her own struggles with endometriosis through years of research she shares her message of hope from her home base in Auckland New Zealand. Melissa lives with her husband and little puppy Wilson.
 
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