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When it comes to managing period pain, you’ve probably tried the conventional remedies like over-the-counter painkillers, heat packs, and perhaps a hot cup of ginger tea for good measure. But if you’re finding they fall short, you’re not alone. Those of you searching for a natural fix need look no further. 

Healthy, fit and young, Colette was far from the poster child – or woman – for cancer, but with rapidly growing rates of cancer in the under 40s category, she’s far from alone. here’s what the Aussie mum wants others to look out for, and what she wants us to know about recovery, mental health and post-treatment struggles that are widely misunderstood. 

Casey Burgess, established actress, musician, television presenter, and ambassador for Endometriosis Australia, has joined the Unprocessed podcast to reveal the reality of living with endometriosis. The Hi-5 star is sharing her story, her advice and her goals to turn the concerning state of women’s health on its head.

Samantha, founder of Pink Elephants, joins Grace and Clara on the Unprocessed to share her story, from her pregnancy losses met by invalidation and silence, to her transitional grief and why she set out to create a supportive space for the 1 in 4 dealing with miscarriage. 

In the latest episode of Unprocessed, hosts Grace and Clara sit down with Danni Rowlands to delve into the intricate relationship between social media, societal expectations, body image and mental health. With Danni's courageous sharing of her personal journey with an eating disorder, the conversation offers invaluable insights into finding the road to recovery.

 Pelvic pain, cramping and heavy periods are all common signs of adenomyosis – but why do so few women with the condition actually get that diagnosis? Unfortunately, the lack of awareness of the disease – and its prevalence – is a global scourge leaving millions of women in chronic pain. Let's lift the veil on this stealthy condition and the dangers of the many misunderstandings around women’s health.

Endometriosis and adenomyosis are the debilitating reproductive conditions often referred to – not-so-lovingly – as cousins – why? Because they both deal with tissue overgrowth – but they are not the same, and the difference doesn’t merely lie in awareness. Let’s dive in. 

Adenomyosis, endometriosis’ little known – but equally as debilitating – cousin, is criminally misunderstood, leaving countless women in the dark with confusing symptoms, inadequate care and misdiagnoses. We’re here to bust 7 of the major myths that prevail despite growing research around the condition.

While adenomyosis commonly presents with symptoms such as pelvic pain and heavy menstrual bleeding, there are some less typical symptoms that you may experience – and our medical system’s lack of awareness around these telling signs is one of the drivers of low diagnosis rates. Here’s what to look out for.

The lead-up to your period – also known as the Luetal phase – is the perfect time to lay the foundations for fewer cramps. The secret? What you put on your plate. And the best part? Chocolate is absolutely on the list! 

One in seven women grapple with the relentless pain of endometriosis, a chronic disease that has seen no new medication approval for over a decade, in spite of the soaring rates of women afflicted. That’s why the arrival of a ground-breaking oral medication has sent ripples through the community – but there’s a catch.

Did you know hormone havoc can present itself in some strange and mysterious ways? Your typical signs like fluctuating periods aren’t the only indication something’s amiss – if you’re experiencing any of these 6 not-so-obvious symptoms, it’s worth heading to your doctor.   

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