One of the unfortunate realities of visiting the clinic or hospital today is that many women are being told that the symptoms are ALL IN THEIR HEADS. The doctor places you on some anti-anxiety and anti-depressant medications believing you are going NUT and they have to calm your mind.

Unfortunately, it isn’t their fault. Dr. Seyi has seen beyond traditional medicine and knows it’s not in your head because she understands the relationship between our hormones, gut health, brain health.

Many eventually give up on hope of ever being healed of their symptoms. However, more and more women who fall into the category of being Women of Unexplained Illness are turning to functional medicine for answers.  

Allowing a health-related problem to go untreated can result in damage to systems and organs so it should be taken seriously to avoid complications.

Signs and Symptoms of Women of Unexplained Illness

The signs, symptoms and experiences associated vary from one woman to another. Common experiences include:

· Fatigue
· Digestive distress.
· Bloating.
· Weight gain.
· Weight loss.
· Mood changes.
· Body aches and pains.

· Dry skin.
· Skin rashes.
· Anxiety.
· Hair loss.
· Brittle nails.
· Menstrual irregularities

While some women suffering from unexplained illness may have a primary symptom that is causing distress, others experience a cluster of symptoms. This can make it difficult to perform at work, stay connected with family and participate in life activities.
Women with these illnesses also tend to feel isolated and alone. They may not feel the support of friends, family members and doctors. In many cases, many of these people do not believe them when they share their symptoms and struggles.
I know you might have seen multiple doctors but no solutions and I am certain that you are at the verge of giving up and ready to live with it.
I totally understand what it means to struggle with an undiagnosed illness.
However, this is the time to consider working with us.
We will help you unveil and recommend some screening and diagnostic tests to detect nutrient levels, hormone levels, and autoimmune reactions.