Female Health Naturopath

Why see a naturopath for female health?

Leah - Naturopath going through menopause
Female Health
Naturally with Leah Naturopath Central Coast, Erina. 

Hi, I am Leah Regner, a naturopath and nutritionist. I am a mum, and grandma and I am going through menopause. 

As a naturopath I use a holistic approach to healthcare that focuses on using natural remedies to promote the body’s ability to heal itself. 


  1. Hormonal Imbalances: Naturopaths have a deep understanding of the endocrine system and can help women with hormonal imbalances such as PMS, suffering from PMS irritability, PMS Pain, menopause, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). They can help regulate hormonal imbalances by using natural remedies such as herbal medicine and nutrition

  2. Fertility: Naturopaths can also help women who are trying to conceive. They can use natural therapies such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition to improve fertility and increase the chances of a successful pregnancy.

  3. Menstrual Issues: Naturopaths can help women who experience menstrual issues such as heavy periods, irregular cycles, or cramps. They can use natural remedies such as herbal medicine and nutrition to regulate menstrual cycles and ease symptoms.

  4. Stress Management: Naturopaths understand the impact that stress can have on the body and can provide effective stress management techniques. They can use natural therapies such as meditation, yoga, and herbal medicine to help women manage stress and improve overall health.

Women’s health conditions we treat:



Period Pain




Child birth

Breast Feeding


sexual and reproductive health

Female Health naturopath at Erina Central Coast NSW

155 The Entrance Rd, Erina, Central Coast, NSW 2250

Reproduction womens health topics

Female reproductive health is an essential aspect of women’s overall well-being. Reproductive health includes a wide range of issues related to the female reproductive system, such as menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. It is essential to maintain good reproductive health to prevent various health problems, including infertility, sexually transmitted infections, and cervical cancer. Regular gynecological check-ups, proper hygiene, and safe sexual practices are crucial for maintaining good reproductive health. Women should also have access to comprehensive reproductive health services, including family planning and reproductive health education, to make informed decisions about their reproductive health. With proper care and attention, women can maintain their reproductive health and lead a healthy and fulfilling life.