WWR 247: 4 types of PCOS

Up to 21% of women are being diagnosed with PCOS and it is a notoriously difficult condition to treat but PCOS is not just one homogenous condition! It has four distinct phenotypes that have different causes and can guide more specific treatment. In this episode of Wellness Women Radio Dr Ashleigh and Dr Andrea dive… Continue reading WWR 247: 4 types of PCOS

WWR 240: Dopamine Hacks

We’re sure you’ve all heard the term dopamine lately? It’s the neurotransmitter made by the body that’s often associated with pleasure and reward. ‘Hacking’ dopamine is now the newest trend in the longevity and health worlds and for good reason. Dopamine is so much more than just a feel good neurotransmitter, it plays a crucial… Continue reading WWR 240: Dopamine Hacks

WWR 239: Perimenopause Weight Gain

Putting on weight as we age is not inevitable! The ‘middle age spread’ that we all assume will happen when our hormones change can be prevented – what good news! The body is so intelligent and works hard to ensure there is always homeostasis, including hormone balance. Tune into this episode of wellness women radio… Continue reading WWR 239: Perimenopause Weight Gain

WWR 238: Pregnancy Microbiome

Dr Andrea & Dr Ashleigh are joined by Naomi Strout from the University of NSW to talk about her current research project! Naomi is the Project Manager for UNSW Microbiome Research Centre’s MothersBabies Study, a world-first pre-pregnancy study looking to uncover how a person’s microbiome changes from pre-pregnancy, throughout pregnancy, up until the baby’s first… Continue reading WWR 238: Pregnancy Microbiome

WWR 237: Period Pain

Did you know that period pain is not normal? This episode of Wellness Women Radio delves into all things period pain! Tune in to hear Dr Andrea & Dr Ashleigh’s top tips on managing uncomplicated period pain. Don’t forget to follow us on social media: www.facebook.com/thewellnesswomen @thewellnesswomenofficial www.facebook.com/theperiodwhisperer @drandrea.xo www.facebook.com/drashleighbond @drashleighbond Wellness Women Radio is… Continue reading WWR 237: Period Pain

WWR 236: The Breast Episode – Implants and all!

On this episode of Wellness Women Radio Dr Andrea and Dr Ashleigh dive into all things breast related including how to perform breast checks with implants, the risks of breast cancer with implants and how to ensure healthy breasts for life. Don’t forget to follow us on social media: www.facebook.com/thewellnesswomen @thewellnesswomenofficial www.facebook.com/theperiodwhisperer @drandrea.xo www.facebook.com/drashleighbond @drashleighbond… Continue reading WWR 236: The Breast Episode – Implants and all!

WWR 235: Heavy Periods – Are you slowly bleeding to death?

Do you have excessively heavy periods or menorrhagia? How heavy is too heavy and what causes this type of excessive bleeding? What are the health risks of this type of period and what can you do about it? In this episode of Wellness Women Radio we answer all these questions! Don’t forget to follow us… Continue reading WWR 235: Heavy Periods – Are you slowly bleeding to death?

WWR 234: Miracle weight loss drug?

Have you heard of semaglutide or Ozempic? Have you seen that this is the latest celebrity weight loss miracle? In this episode of Wellness Women Radio Dr Ashleigh and Dr Andrea dive into the actions of this drug, it’s risks and benefits as well as other safer alternatives. Don’t forget to follow us on social… Continue reading WWR 234: Miracle weight loss drug?

WWR 233: Women, Focus & ADHD

We’re well into a new year and we are seeing more and more women who are overwhelmed, over committed, fatigued and far too stressed! Is this a result of our busy lifestyles or do these women have ADHD or attentive disorders? Are there any other options to help with attention, focus and overwhelm? Don’t forget… Continue reading WWR 233: Women, Focus & ADHD

WWR 232: How do you know you’re ovulating?

Ovulation is the most important physiological event in the menstrual cycle! It’s the crescendo of all the hard work and communication between the hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian axis and is an essential indicator of a healthy period. Interpreting the signs and symptoms of ovulation can help a woman to accurately track her cycle for contraceptive purposes or to… Continue reading WWR 232: How do you know you’re ovulating?