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Endometriosis and Fibromyalgia with Dr. Jessica Drummond Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus — the endometrium — grows outside the uterus. It's one of the most common causes of pelvic pain and infertility. Many women with fibromyalgia who are experiencing pelvic pain, painful periods, and more may also be dealing with endometriosis. Listen in as Tami interviews Dr. Jessica Drummond about what endometriosis is, how to distinguish between fibromyalgia pain and endometriosis, and how she addresses endometriosis in her clinic. You may have fibromyalgia, but that doesn't mean all of your pain is only fibromyalgia. Conditions like endometriosis are very treatable. Addressing these other causes of pain help to lower your overall fibromyalgia pain levels. For more information, links to Dr. Drummond's clinic and books, plus free copies of Tami's books, visit:
How to Relieve Endometriosis-Driven Pain, Digestive Symptoms, Anxiety and Infertility w/ Dr. Jessica Drummond (Re-release Episode 173) Endometriosis contributes to over 80% of chronic pain found in women, yet many doctors are not confident in their ability to diagnosis endometriosis, and the symptoms can be all over the map. Dr. Jessica Drummond is the CEO of the Integrative Women’s Health Institute, author, board-certified health coach, and expert with over 20 years of experience working with women to cure their chronic pelvic pain.  After finding functional medicine by necessity after giving birth herself, Dr. Jessica’s eyes were opened to the power of nutrition and lifestyle as a way to relieve some of the biggest symptoms around endometriosis and pelvic pain. Today Dr. Jessica is here to provide you with a new set of tools to bring together pelvic floor rehab, functional medicine, lifestyle, nutrition, and health coaching to get root cause healing for women with chronic pelvic pain conditions.  Dr. Jessica is determined to educate you and other practitioners on ways that you can address endometriosis and other chronic pelvic pain conditions with root cause solutions, functional medicine, and nutrition. There are many components that play a role in your chronic pain such as lifestyle, hormonal birth control, inflammation, and autoimmunity, and it is only by understanding their role in your condition that you can begin to heal yourself. By taking a system-by-system approach to your body by supporting symptom relief and improving fertility, you can decrease your painful symptoms and start to implement the integrative care you need. Dr. Jessica is here to provide you with actionable ways that you can start to control your pain at home today and give you the tools you need to make a pain-free life a reality. Are you ready to take control of your symptoms and start treating your chronic pelvic pain in a way that works for your body? Share your experience with endometriosis with us in the comments section of the episode page! What we're talking about in this episode! Learn why endometriosis is so commonly undiagnosed by traditional medicine The most common symptoms around endometriosis and what you can do about them How to address your pelvic pain through functional medicine and functional nutrition Why hormonal birth control can put you at greater risk of infertility in the long term The importance of finding a trained surgeon when considering laparoscopic surgery What you can do right now at home to lessen your painful symptoms throughout the month Quotes: “What I realized is that everything I learned from my own health crash could be applied to my clients and patients who had the most complex presentations of various pelvic pain conditions.” (12:31) “I was able to marry that kind of wide lens conservative approach of using pelvic floor rehab with functional nutrition, lifestyle medicine, and health coaching to really get root cause healing for women with endometriosis and other chronic pelvic pain conditions.” (13:10) “If at any time it feels like you are being derailed by period pain, anxiety, gut issues, especially more than one of these things, not just one, the birth control pill is usually the first recommendations. But the problem with that is that just masks the symptoms and that could potentially put someone at greater risk of struggling with infertility later because they never had the disease addressed appropriately from the beginning.” (21:06) “Start with digestion, due it collaboratively with pelvic floor physical therapy so there is a lot of relaxation around the pelvic floor muscles, mindfulness strategies, cognitive behavioral therapy around pain management and living your life, immune system function… really looking at each physiological system one at a time starting with digestion and moving through the others.” (30:22) “75% of women being derailed, to me, is a huge loss. For them, for the world, for their families, for the brilliance they could bring, so that’s why I wrote this book.” (42:14)   Resources Mentioned: Outsmart Endometriosis by Dr. Jessica Drummond   Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on <a href="" rel="noopener" t
EF#9: Healing the Gut & CNS Reduces Endo Pain and Infertility with Dr Jessica Drummond Today’s guest is an amazing woman, and I feel honoured to have had the pleasure to chat with her. Dr Jessica Drummond  DCN, CNS, PT, NBC-HWC is the founder and CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute (IWHI) and the author of Outsmart Endometriosis. I have learnt a huge amount from Jessica as I have been attending the Institute for a variety of specialities from functional nutrition to optimal fertility as I further my education. She is incredibly knowledgeable on the subject of women’s health, in particular Endometriosis, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum. We had a great conversation and there is SOOO much great information and actionable nuggets for you to take away and use to improve your health, reduce your pain and better your Endometriosis and how optimising your fertility will benefit your baby in the long term. Jessica is passionate about caring for and empowering people who struggle with women’s and pelvic health concerns. She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians and wellness professionals in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women’s and pelvic healthcare. She has two decades of clinical experience as a licensed physical therapist, licensed clinical nutritionist, and board-certified health coach working with women with pelvic pain, including endometriosis, vulvodynia, and bladder pain syndrome. She brings a unique, conservative and integrative approach to supporting women to overcome hormonal imbalances and chronic pain conditions. She is a sought after international speaker on topics such as integrative pelvic pain management, natural fertility options, optimal hormone health, menopause, and female athlete nutrition. She loves farmer’s markets, art museums, eating great food, and having girls’ movie nights with her daughters. She lives and works from her home and offices in Fairfield, Connecticut and Houston, Texas reaching thousands of clients and professional students in over 60 countries through her virtual practice and educational programs.  Dr Drummond was educated at the University of Virginia, Emory University, Duke Integrative Medicine, and the Maryland University of Integrative Health. The topics we discussed were: Jessica’s training as a physical therapist and working with women health, Her personal health journey with secondary infertility and postpartum struggles, and how this changed how she practised to include integrative and functional medicine. The importance of understanding someone’s health history and story, and how their symptoms evolve to determine what the key issues are and how to help someone. How COVID has changed behaviours and made people slow down a bit, from forcing people to look into alternatives to support their health instead of Endo surgery and IVF, to reducing the number of premature births. Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) Digestive and gut health on Endometriosis and fertility The importance of the Central Nervous System health and pain Whether Endometriosis is really an issue of estrogen dominance Methylation and metabolism of estrogen in the liver Benefits of optimising fertility associated systems to improve conception, pregnancy and post-partum journey Preconception and pregnancy supplements Using heart rate monitors to monitor health with Endometriosis and stress. PLUS, how you can get your hands on your FREE copy of Jessica’s book Outsmart Endometriosis. Resources Mentioned: Outsmart Endometriosis book – get your FREE copy at: Connect with Dr Jessica Drummon at: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: Email: Further EndoFertility links and resources: Join my Endo Fertility community! Find us in the Thrive and Conceive with Endometriosis Facebook Group. The Endo Fertility Specialist website: <a href="https://www.e
EF#25: Using Heart Rate Monitors to manage Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis with Dr Jessica Drummond My guest today is Dr. Jessica Drummond, the CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute (IWHI) in the US, and author of Outsmart Endometriosis. Jessica explained the importance of a calm nervous system in managing pain signals, before we got stuck into how Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and resting heart rate are great tools that can be used to understand your overall health, stress levels, sleep quality and quantity, and fitness – all of which can be used in an approach to reduce pelvic pain from Endometriosis and also increase overall health, which improves your fertility. Measuring HRV has become so much more accessible and is something you could be doing right now! In this episode we talk about: The nervous system and how pelvic pain and tension affects the status of the nervous system Pain management techniques and safety signals What Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is and how it is measured How HRV can be used to measure our stress How HRV can be used to manage our pelvic pain What the resting heart rate is and how this differs from HRV Whether HRV can be used to determine if the body is overloaded with xenoestrogens Resting heart rate as a measure during the menstrual cycle Jessica’s experience with COVID and her recovery and use of HRV with this My crazy heart rates with chronic fatigue and Endometriosis Recommended types of devices to measure HRV EMFs and how to reduce them when wearing a device PLUS, get your hands on your FREE copy of Jessica’s book Outsmart Endometriosis. As always there is lots more information about this episode on my website, i.e. what exactly was discussed, mentioned resources, related podcast episodes and blogs:  Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss out on any future episodes – which will be out weekly at 6am (BST) on Wednesday mornings! Can I ask YOU a FAVOUR? Could you please leave me a rating and a review – as this helps spread the love to other women in need. Thank you!
Cashing In On Your Book Before It’s Even Published with Jessica Drummond Dr. Jessica Drummond, DCN, CNS, PT, Founder and CEO of the Integrative Women's Health Institute, is passionate about caring for and empowering women who struggle with women’s and pelvic health conditions. She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women's and pelvic healthcare. Having two decades of experience in women’s and pelvic health as a physical therapist and functional nutritionist, plus owning a private women’s health clinical nutrition and coaching practice, gives her a unique perspective. Jessica regularly speaks on topics in her field and has written three books.     Jessica’s Tips: Be very clear about who your book is for and what problem it’s designed to solve.  Collect stories to put in your book! Think about your method. What challenges will it meet, and what is the expected outcome?       To learn about or connect with Jessica, visit her website.  If you’d like to join our free Facebook group, book a free call to talk about your book idea, or get Jeremy’s free course that has helped over 80 people write and self-publish, go to
15. Outsmart Endometriosis| Jessica Drummond, DCN, CNS, PT, NBC-HWC My guest is a nationally acclaimed innovator and expert in the fields of integrative women’s health and reproductive health, sometimes called The Pelvic Guru - Dr. Jessica Drummond. Dr. Drummond is the CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute and author of a brand new book on women’s health, Outsmart Endometriosis.  She holds licenses in physical therapy and clinical nutrition and is a board certified health coach - and has 20 years of experience working with women with chronic pelvic pain, facilitates educational programs for women’s health professionals in more than 60 countries globally, and leads virtual wellness programs for people with endometriosis. Today, we discuss the symptoms of endometriosis, what happens if its left untreated, and treating it using a holistic approach.
#21: Mapping Cortisol & Pelvic Pain with Jessica Drummond The web of interconnections in human biology can sometimes be a surprise when we’re taught to think through the narrow lens of addressing X (sign, symptom or diagnosis) with Y (pill or protocol). As Jessica Drummond shares in today’s podcast, high or low circulating cortisol is directly related to pelvic pain. Listen-in to connect some new dots to support your treatments for this patient population.
#207: Mapping Endometriosis with Dr. Jessica Drummond Today on the 15-Minute Matrix I welcome Dr. Jessica Drummond back to the mic to bring us insight into the complicated and often misguided information around endometriosis. Endometriosis is a multifactorial issue and Dr. Drummond takes us around the matrix and expertly illustrates how important it is to take a full body systems approach to […]
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