Endometriosis and infertility link

Endometriosis is a disease that affects approximately 10% of all reproductive-aged women and the prevalence rises to 20–50% in infertile women. Endometriosis is notorious for causing such problems as severe pelvic pain, menstrual cramps and pain with intercourse. It is also associated with irritable bowel syndrome, hormonal dysfunctions and an increased risk of a variety […]

How man is oestrogenised

Many middle-aged men coming for treatment for various physical and mental health issues are in fact over-oestrogenised and are afflicted with a type of male menopause arising from metabolic disarray. In these cases, the male hormone testosterone level is often found to be within the normal range, so they are informed that there is no […]

Male menopause

Hypogonadism is a term referring to underactivity of the sexual organs or gonads, sometimes called the male menopause.  Hypogonadic men produce smaller than normal amounts of testosterone in their testicles resulting in deficient blood levels of the hormone. Testosterone is an anabolic steroid. Testosterone creates and maintains the virile functioning of the male sexual organs […]

Restoration of our body clock, the circadian rhythm

The symptoms your body is experiencing are a reflection of the state of the biological terrain, the internal environment of the living organism. Adopting this viewpoint, diseases could only emerge if the internal ecology was out of balance. We do not ‘catch’ diseases, we build them. The two recently discovered major health factors that perform […]

Autoimmune thyroid disease and subfertility, miscarriage link

Thyroid antibodies (anti-thyroperoxidase and anti-thyroglobulin antibodies) are often elevated for decades before showing any change in TSH level, as often seen in Hashimoto’s disease, the most common cause of hypothyroidism. The presence of thyroid antibodies means that the immune system is targeting the thyroid gland and active destruction is occurring. Women with Hashimoto’s autoimmune thyroid […]

Thyroid assessment for pregnancy

Nearly every cell in the body requires the thyroid hormones to function. Thyroid hormones are involved in almost all phases of reproduction and the thyroid gland continuously interacts with the ovaries. Thyroid dysfunctions are common among women of reproductive age and can affect fertility in various ways. If the woman is even marginally hypothyroid, she […]