Endometriosis Reflexology

Endometriosis is a common, benign, oestrogen- dependent, chronic gynaecological disorder associated with pelvic pain and infertility.

It is characterised by the presence of uterine endometrial tissue outside of the normal location—mainly on the pelvic peritoneum, but also on the ovaries and in the rectovaginal septum, and more rarely in the pericardium, pleura, and even the brain. (Giudice and Kao, 2009).

Endometriosis affects 6–10% of women in reproductive age, 35–50% of whom experience pain, infertility or both. (Oehmke et al., 2009).

In her book “Reflexology for fertility”, Barbara Scott writes “Diagnosis can take anything up to 8 years, making it hard to be certain how many women suffer from the condition. The main cause is thought to be retrograde menstruation, when instead of passing out of the vagina, the endometrial tissue passes through the fallopian tubes into the abdominal cavity.” Scott (2016, P105).

Endometriosis can affect women of any age, social and ethnic group and is a long-term condition that can have a significant impact on women’s lives.

Endometriosis is difficult to diagnose and symptoms can vary dramatically.

Endometriosis is a debilitating disease and its effects go beyond causing pain. In some cases, it can lead to depression.

All too often, there is little or no follow up after formal diagnosis and treatment so women actively seek information and respite from other sources including holistic therapies such as reflexology.

I am an Advanced ReproFlexology practitioner after completing my dissertation in “Stress and it’s effects on endometriosis”.

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If you would like to talk to me more to chat through how reflexology may help you – please contact me.

Do these symptoms sound familiar to you?

“Contraction like cramps, very little bleeding, nausea. After pregnancy the pain has decreased slightly and bleeding has increased a lot. Also suffering cramps still but not as severe and bowel spasms.”

“Migraines, nausea, extreme cramps, problem bowel movement, sweating due to pain, struggling to walk, random bursts of pain causing me to fall over, I bled constantly for a year, when I’m pain I struggled to stand up, constantly tired, caused me to become anaemic”

“Fatigue, irritation, Pelvic pain, rectal pain, bladder pain, urinary frequency, Dyspareunia, referred pain, altered sleep pattern”

“Pain, Constant bleeding for up to 3 months at a time Pain to have intercourse Bleeding with intercourse Painful bowl movements Coughing up blood- endometriosis in lungs”

“Excruciating pain when on period, pain when not, painful sex and sometimes bleed after. Extremely fatigued, swollen stomach, feeling sick, pain in the left side of my back, irritated bladder”

“Severe abdominal pain, rectal and vaginal pain, pain on intercourse, very heavy blood loss, constipation & diarrhoea, pain to legs”

“Extreme period pain with vomiting, dizziness, sore limbs, back-ache, diarrhoea, unable to stand up or function as a person. Pain during sex. Painful ovulation. And eventually difficulty getting pregnant and ovarian cysts”

“Extremely tired. Extremely painful periods where I end up in A&E on morphine.”

“Pain during sex. Swollen tummy constantly.”

Endometriosis Reflexology Prices

Clinic Visits

£45 or
Course of 3 – £120
Course of 4 – £160
Course of 6 – £225 (Buy five, get one session free of charge)

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