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Endometriosis is highly complex and poorly understood disease. It is recognised by the NHS as one of the top 20 most painful conditions. 


But with the right support you can thrive with endo. 

There are three main challenges:



Living with Endo

Getting a Diagnosis

 Endo is a disease that is thought to affect 1 in 10 women around the world, yet it is massively underdiagnosed, with most women waiting 8-10 years to finally get a diagnosis – because the symptoms of endometriosis are poorly understood and recognised.

As an expert in menstrual wellness and Endometriosis, I know how to recognise the symptoms and how to help you advocate with your care team to get the diagnosis you need. The sooner you are diagnosed, the sooner you can get appropriate treatment.


If you are experiencing any of the following, you need a provider that understands the significance of these symptoms and who knows who you can see for a proper diagnosis:

  • Extremely painful periods

  • Severe pelvic cramping

  • Heavy bleeding

  • Bleeding lasting longer than 7 days

  • Vomiting and passing out during menses

  • Cyclical and non-cyclical pain

  • Painful ovulation

  • Pelvic pain

  • Pain with bowel movements

  • Pain with urination

  • Pain with intercourse

  • Infertility and Miscarriage

  • Constant fatigue

  • Digestive Issues

  • Bloating and food intolerances

  • Pain with breathing

  • Lung collapse

  • Kidney failure

Finding Expert Treatment

Endometriosis is a highly complex disease to treat, and unfortunately too many women are receiving inadequate and ineffective treatment, resulting in multiple rounds of surgery, ongoing pain, infertility and reduced quality of life.

The disease is often treated with the contraceptive pill or chemical menopause, but the use of these medicines don’t stop the progression of the disease. As endometriosis advances, it causes adhesions that bind organs together and it can infiltrate organs and damage them.

Surgery to treat the disease is highly specialised and should only be undertaken at specialist endometriosis centres, and is best combined with a holistic approach that includes an anti inflammatory diet with targeted supplements, nervous system support and specialist women’s health physiotherapy for the best chance of making a good recovery.


As an Endo survivor myself with extensive experience in supporting clients in this area, I know the ins and outs of the referral pathways, the specialist centres that are excelling, and the surgeons with proven track records for successful surgery.


“Seeing Nisha has fast tracked my diagnosis and treatment – I don’t know how I could have done it without her."

Living and Thriving with Endo

  • Minimise or eliminate period pain and pelvic pain

  • Heal your gut and enhance digestion, reduce bloating and IBS issues

  • Understand what dietary approaches work best for you

  • Improve your energy levels and reduce brain fog

  • Heal your relationship with your body


Our work together explores:

  • Food & nutrition with an anti-inflammatory focus

  • Gut Health & Digestion

  • Detoxification Pathways

  • Pain management & Reduction

  • Sleep, Rest and Energy Production

  • Movement Practices & Stress Management

  • Hormone balance

I’ll share with you tried and tested approaches to living well and thriving with endo so that you can:

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In the 20 years since I received my Endometriosis diagnosis I have personally worked with and studied with some of the leaders in the field of Holistic Endometriosis Care, including Dr Jessica Drummond (author of Outsmart Endometriosis) and Dian Shepperson Mills (author of A Key to Healing and Fertility Through Nutrition). Despite being ‘one of the worst cases’ my surgeon had ever seen 20 years ago (and a diagnosis of infertility), I went on to have a healthy baby girl despite the odds. She is now a vibrant 11 year old!

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