The hormonal changes that occur at menopause, including oestrogen dominance, can increase the likelihood of fibroids developing, but there are some simple steps you can take to minimise your risk.
AnnA Rushton | August 8, 2017 | 1 comment
Having an early menopause can have profound effects, whether occurring naturally or from a hysterectomy.
AnnA Rushton | October 28, 2016 | 0 comments
Fibroids are common, and options offered are usually surgical or drug based. Oestrogen dominance is a factor and natural treatment is with bioidentical natural progesterone.
AnnA Rushton | July 29, 2016 | 1 comment
Bioidentical progesterone is essential to balance excess oestrogen but getting out in the sun can also help. It seems women with good levels of vitamin D are 32% less likely to develop fibroids.
AnnA Rushton | June 24, 2016 | 0 comments
At perimenopause increased bleeding can become more common as oestrogen dominance and hormone imbalance start being experienced. Knowing why it is happening, and what you can do about it, can make a lot of difference.
AnnA Rushton | February 15, 2016 | 13 comments
We know fibroids can be a pain – literally – but did you know they can impact your whole quality of life unless prevented or treated? Hormone imbalance and oestrogen dominance are associated with this condition and bioidentical natural progesterone can be the best way to get them under control.
AnnA Rushton | November 27, 2015 | 1 comment
If you have suffered excess bleeding or hormone-related symptoms, Patrick Holford explains just how many conditions can affect women throughout their lives.
Patrick Holford | March 10, 2015 | 0 comments
Tackling oestrogen dominance is vital in getting fibroids, and the excess oestrogen that causes them, under control.
AnnA Rushton | September 5, 2014 | 3 comments
Fibroids are a product of oestrogen dominance and can be helped to reduce by a combination of bioidentical natural progesterone and a healthy lifestyle approach.
AnnA Rushton | February 22, 2012 | 3 comments
Uterine fibroids pose a common problem with up to 1 in 4 women aged 30-50 having them. It can be very helpful to know what the symptoms are and when they need treatment.
AnnA Rushton | August 29, 2011 | 1 comment