Finding Your Fertility When You Have Endometriosis w/Lizzie Alexander, PhD

Fertility issues are very common for women these days, but what happens if you have the added layer of endometriosis?

For those that don’t know, endometriosis is a condition where the  uterine lining grows outside of the uterus (when it should only be  inside of the uterus) and causes an incredible amount of pain both  during a woman’s period and ovulation, and for some women, throughout  the month.
  
In today’s interview, I chat with Lizzie Alexander, PhD, The Endo Fertility Specialist. She works with  women who have endometriosis who have struggled to get pregnant by  getting to the root issues at play.
  
We cover:  
*How to get diagnosed with endometriosis (it often takes YEARS, and  Lizzie shares with us how to cut that time way down) 
*Exactly how endo inhibits fertility 
*How inflammation is at the center of endometriosis, and what you can do  about it 
*What hormones are at play, and what hormone testing can help 
*She shares her story of successfully getting pregnant after waiting  over 25 years to get diagnosed with endo
 
This is a powerful discussion that really breaks down exactly why it’s  hard to conceive if you have endometriosis. Not to mention the fact that there are women who are having trouble conceiving that don’t even realize they have endo.

 

Watch our fascinating discussion below:

Lizzie Alexander, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), is a Certified Integrative  Nutrition Health Coach and Holistic Massage Therapist. Lizzie specializes as a Women’s Health Coach for women with Endometriosis  wanting to get pregnant. She is an Entrepeneur and a mother of one. She  used to be a Marine Biologist, a scientific researcher and environmental  consultant, but she is now a certified Coach with a love for health,  hormones, nutrition and cooking – in particular Endometriosis and  fertility. You can find her at her website or on her FB group for women who struggle to conceive.

 

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