51. Jennifer Harrington doesn’t want you to start at the end of perimenopause


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Jennifer Harrington is a naturopathic doctor based in Sydney, Australia. Her interest in natural therapies started when she was diagnosed with PCOS in her early twenties and told she may struggle to ever have children. After experimenting with birth control pills, but found her symptoms got worse and found her way to naturopathy, and she got better. Although she had a career in television, she decided to retrain so she could help other women. After graduating she worked at the famous Chiva Som Health Resort in Thailand and later opened her own clinic. In 2014 she started Menopause Natural Solutions, and she now helps perimenopausal and menopausal women all over the world.

In this episode you will learn about:

  • Jennifer’s own perimenopausal journey, which includes massive blood loss, uterine polyps and fibroids
  • Why fibroids happen and what can be done about them
  • The importance of salt and electrolytes
  • What happens to ovulation in perimenopause
  • What the gut microbiome has to do with estrogen
  • Why you need to know how you metabolize estrogen
  • The role of inflammation, insulin resistance and Tamoxifen
  • The one thing that you might be missing that can help massively in perimenopause
  • The mistake most women make with HRT
  • Alternative treatments for vaginal dryness
  • Why thrush shifts to BV in perimenopause

Where to find Jennifer:

Web Menopausenaturalsolution
Podcast Menopause Natural Solutions
Facebook menopausenaturalsolutions
Instagram @menopausenaturalsolutions
YouTube @menopausenaturalsolutions

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