Support for Reproductive Disorders

Help for reproductive disorders goes beyond support for those who are having problems conceiving. 

Often overlooked, reproductive health is so important in our lives. Whether you plan to have a family one day, or just want to feel better, it’s in your best interests to get support for reproductive dysfunction so we can resolve any health conditions. Give Me Life can be your start to keep your reproductive system in good shape.  

You might need help for reproductive disorders that affect your organs, such as irregular menstrual cycles or absence of ovulation through to polycystic ovarian syndrome or endometriosis. I also offer support for reproductive dysfunction in men. Together, we can put a plan into action to improve poor sperm parameters (morphology, mobility and quantity). 

As a Clinical Nutritionist, and Natural Fertility NZ Educator my clinic focus is on women’s health, particularly hormonal and reproductive health; and men’s unexplained infertility. I am here to help you find resolution for your problems conceiving and general reproductive issues by supporting you in dietary and lifestyle changes, coupled with nutritional supplementation. 



My focus in treating endometriosis lies in shrinking endometrial tissue, stopping new tissue from growing andreducing inflammation which may cause pain and problems conceiving.  

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Learn how to manage fibroids, a non-cancerous growth. Diet, lifestyle changes and supplements all help restore hormonal imbalance, a major cause of fibroids growth. 

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PCOS (ovarian cysts) is a vicious cycle of hormonal imbalance. Break free with a targeted PCOS diet and supplemental holistic PCOS support and re-establish insulin sensitivity. 

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Sub-Fertile Sperm

Less complex than female infertility, male infertility is more easily treatable. Let’s develop an action plan, combining a male fertility diet with lifestyle changes and detox.  

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Menstrual Irregularities

Unregulated cycles, frequency problems, menstrual flow issues and associated symptoms can all be addressed with lifestyle changes, diet and supplements 

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Hormonal Imbalance

Although, technically speaking, not reproductive disorders, hormonal conditions such as adrenal fatigue, thyroid issues and diabetes can have adverse effects on fertility. 

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