Jacqui Lamplugh
Women’s Health & Natural Fertility Specialist

Blog


The Blog

Do you have a question you want answers too or a topic that you would like me to blog about? Let me know, email jacqui@jacquilamplugh.com or head over to my Contact page and fill out the online form.

Jacqui x

P.S. Want to be the first to know then SUBSCRIBE now and have all the news delivered straight to your inbox. Fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

 
Posts in The Blog
Why I Quit Coffee to Save My Hormones

Have you ever looked back on life and realised that moment, that decision or that event in time was the turning point? The turning point to a more positive you, the turning point to living your best life.

I look back 7 years ago and see that turning point in my life. You see 7 years ago I quit coffee!

Read More
Treating Endometriosis Naturally: Why Conventional Treatment Doesn't Work

Endometriosis is not purely a hormonal condition - it’s affected by hormones, yes! But essentially it is an immune disease marked by high levels of inflammation. And is why when treating endometriosis it involves a whole body approach rather than just focusing on the hormone imbalance. Read on to find out how to successfully treat endometriosis naturally.

Read More
Pap Smears, HPV and Natural Treatment Options

Have you had an abnormal Pap smear result? Heard about HPV and the HPV vaccination but not sure what it is? Do you get regular Pap smears? Or looking for treatment options for an abnormal Pap smear result or positive HPV infection?

This article is everything you need to know about HPV, pap smears, abnormal results and Treatment option. Because it’s your body and you have a right to know!

Read More
Tired? The number #1 cause of fatigue and how to fix it

Tired?  Burnt out? Struggling to get out of bed in the mornings?

You’re not alone. Adrenal fatigue is the most common cause of fatigue I see in clinic yet many women have never heard of it. Fatigue is not fun and whether you’re working full time or a full time mum keeping your adrenals healthy should be your number 1 priority!

Read More
PCOS: Redefining the Problem

New research is changing the way we approach PCOS; it’s more than just high androgens and irregular periods. With a better understanding brings about new and improved treatment options. Don’t be left in the dark when it comes to your health, if you have PCOS or know someone with PCOS then read on and let’s get those hormones humming!

Read More
7 Tips to Optimizing Conception and Getting Pregnant

Trying to get pregnant? These 7 tips will help increase your chance of conception and ensure you are holding your bundle of joy in 9 month’s time. Complete with fertility tips this is a must read for anyone trying or thinking about getting pregnant. You have to read tip number 4 it will make you laugh….

Read More
Low Oestrogen: Period gone AWOL?

Have you lost your period? Or do you only get a period once in a blue moon? Perhaps your body is telling you, your oestrogen is low.

Oestrogen is the ultimate female hormone. It is what makes us female and with over 300 different roles within the body it’s important for more than just giving us a monthly bleed. Click below to see if you are suffering from low oestrogen and how to fix it!

Read More
Your Go-To Guide to Coming off the Pill Part 1

Stopping the pill can be a daunting time. Most women start using the pill not for contraception purposes but to treat menstrual issues like acne, period pain and heavy bleeding. But they don’t ‘fix’ these issues they just mask them so as long as you take the pill your symptoms are gone but as soon as you stop they will return. Coming off the pill whether it is to make babies or just to give your body a break from the artificial hormones can be a relatively smooth transition. It just requires a little pre-planning…

Read More
Birth Story

Throughout my pregnancy the safest and best option to deliver bub was a constant point of discussion. It wasn’t until 6 days before the birth that I knew exactly how bub was going to enter the world. For those who have been following me throughout the pregnancy know that I have two fairly big scoliosis curves. When I was 17 years old I had an operation to straighten and fuse my thoracic spine (top half) but the lumbar curve was left at 40 degrees (a straight spine is 0 degrees).

Read More