Period Repair Manual, Lara Briden
Natural Fertility, Francesca Naish
Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life, Dr Claudia Welch
Yoga and the Menstrual Cycle, Live in Harmony with your Natural Rhythm, Sue Blanch
The Fifth Vital Sign, Lisa Hendrickson-Jack
Menstrual Health on Social prescription pilot, UK, https://www.kateshepherdcohen.com
The Pill: Are You Sure It’s For You?, Jane Bennett and Alexandra Pope
Sweetening the Pill, or How We Got Hooked on Hormonal Birth Control, Holly Grigg-Spall
How The Pill Changes Everything, Your Brain on Birth Control, Dr Sarah Hill
The Jocelyn Centre for Natural Fertility Management, in person and online, www.fertility.com.au Or look for Natural Fertility Management trained practitioners.
Endometriosis websites and organisations
EndoEmpowered: Endometriosis sufferer and naturopath Melissa Turner has extensively explored healing for endometriosis, and has created a program that helps ‘empower women to stop feeling like a victim to their endometriosis and find empowering ways to live pain and symptom free’.
Jean Hailes for Women’s Health says ‘Naturopathic treatments including nutrition and dietary changes, botanical medicine, and supplementation have been shown to provide relief for endometriosis symptoms.’
The Australian Coalition for Endometriosis (ACE) is a peak consumer and advocacy body representing the needs of women and girls with Endo in Australia. ACE aims to provide strategic direction and leadership to improve the outcome, treatment and support for women with Endo.
EndoActive’s mission is Awareness, Information and Advocacy for women and girls living with Endometriosis.
Endometriosis Association Queensland Inc – QENDO supports anyone affected by endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS, infertility or pelvic pain, by offering them tools, services and programs to understand and take control of their health.
Endometriosis Australia endeavours to increase recognition of endometriosis, provide endometriosis education programs, and help fund endometriosis research. Support groups around Australia and online, including for adenomyosis.
The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not-for-profit organisation formed to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain, including young women with dysmennorhoea. Lots of useful resources.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Book
Healing PCOS, A 21-day Plan for Reclaiming Your Health and Life, Amy Medling