What is happening with your period?

Are you getting it every month?  Are you getting it at all?

Do you ovulate? Is it heavy?  Is it painful?

The answers to these questions can give important clues about your hormones and your health.  Each week in your menstrual cycle has a purpose and a role and Dr. Joyce or Dr. Graham will help you better understand the how’s and why’s of your body.

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PMS is one of the most common concerns that women seek treatment for, but there are so many more women’s health issues that Dr. Joyce and Dr. Graham have experience with treating.

  • PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome)
  • PCOS
  • Endometriosis
  • Yeast infections
  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Hormonal Acne

Living with any of the above women’s health concerns can be frustrating and overwhelming. Many women don’t even know where to begin to start to help themselves.

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

85% of women experience troublesome premenstrual symptoms in the second half of their cycle leading up to their periods.  This means that many women spend a great deal of their month dealing with mood swings, irritability, anger, low mood, anxiety, sleep issues, bloating, fatigue, breast tenderness, cravings, headaches, acne – the list goes on.

This is not ok.

Dr. Joyce and Dr. Graham find that PMS responds very well to natural treatment options ranging from diet and lifestyle changes, nutrients, herbal medicine and even hormone therapy.

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Let Dr. Joyce and Dr. Graham lead the way.

With almost two decades of experience and understanding in treating women’s health concerns, they will confidently guide you on what blood tests you need, the diet changes that work and which supplement  support is evidence-based.

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