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Are You Struggling to Regulate Your Menstrual Cycle

Has your menstrual cycle always been irregular? Did it used to be regular, but, now it is irregular? When did things start to change? How is it impacting you and your life? Are you trying to figure out how to regulate your cycle so you can track your fertility ovulation window?

For some women, an irregular menstrual cycle has been part of their health history. But, some women notice changes in their menstrual after having a baby, stopping birth control pills, or experiencing a significant amount of stress in their lives.

You may think it’s just a flook if you normally have a regular menstrual cycle. But, if you notice that a pattern is beginning, start tracking your cycle and regulate it as soon as possible. If you are trying to conceive (TTC), it is important to track your menstrual cycle so you know when you are ovulating. Also, it will help you to detect what you may need to improve regarding your hormones and lifestyle. If your menstrual cycle is not regulated, you may experience other health concerns such as infertility, insomnia, stress, acne, cramps, migraines, and more.

How to Regulate Your Menstrual Cycle

Let’s be real here. It takes time for your cycle to get off schedule. By the time you notice it, it may be in an irregular pattern. So, it will take some time and effort to get your menstrual cycle back on track.

It is possible to regulate your menstrual cycle by tracking your basal body temperature, tracking any symptoms you may have such as cramps, headaches, depress, ovulation, etc, and, planning your days’ activities, eating the correct foods, practicing daily self care routines, and by taking specific nutrients, supplements, and herbal medicine that are specific to menstrual health.

What to Do and Why It Matters to Regulate Your Menstrual Cycle

It’s important to understand your lifestyle patterns and menstrual cycle irregularity triggers. Understanding your menstrual health helps you to communicate with your health care practitioners so you take part in the treatment plan. It’s important to provide as much detail as possible about your menstrual health so we can help you to achieve your primary health care goals, such as preparing to have a baby.

There are many causes of irregular menstrual cycles. By tracking symptoms, you will see a pattern which leads to a clear path of treatment. Health recommendations include self care, such as, how to take your BBT (basal body temperature), what to do with the information, which supplements and Chinese herbs are effective to regulate your hormones. Also, yoga poses and breathing exercises can reduce symptoms associated with an irregular menstruation.

There are specific foods to avoid or foods to eat to support your menstrual health. And, you learn specific acupressure points that regulate menstrual health. These holistic health recommendations support you to get back to your life so you can focus on the good things in life.

Case Study: Marybeth, Age 34, Irregular Menstrual for Over One Year

Marybeth contacted us for help because she wanted to get pregnant. She and her partner tried for over a year and they did not conceive, yet. One of the most frustrating things was when she stopped taking birth control pills, her cycles ranged from 23-44 days. She felt it was impossible to track ovulation and kept missing the golden window.

Regularly, we advocate to have sex every other day for the two or more weeks in the middle of your cycle. But, Marybeth’s husband worked out of town, so, they needed to know exactly when she ovulated so they could get into a schedule.

In addition to her irregular cycle and not knowing her ovulation time, she also experienced bad mood swings, cramps with her period, and debilitating headaches. Sometimes, she also had loose stool and fatigue with her cycle.

This type of irregular menstrual is pretty common with women who come off of the birth control pill. Women are told not to worry that their cycle will just regulate naturally. But, the truth is, it takes a lot longer to regulate a menstrual cycle if you aren’t doing anything except waiting. Plus, this wait is saying that something is not correct with your hormones. Something needs to be done.

With Marybeth, we tracked her cycle with BBT and symptoms daily for three cycles. Based on her experience before working with us, we recommended specific supplements, nutrients, and herbal medicine to support her hormones. Within 1 ½ months of the herb protocol, she noticed a decrease in moods and more energy. She also was able to feel less cramping and her cycle was more manageable. By the end of her third month with herbs and recommended acupressure points, her cycle was back to normal for her. And, her ovulation happened on day 15 or 16 each month. That was our first step to help Marybeth. We are happy to report that she was pregnant within two months of regulating her menstrual cycle.

Are you frustrated with your irregular menstrual cycle? Are you tired of guessing when you are ovulating? And, you wish your menstrual cycle was more predictable and with less discomfort? Do you want to learn how to regulate YOUR menstrual cycle so you can become pregnant very soon? If so, please, click the button below to schedule a FREE health consultation with Dr. Gina. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions and learn what can help you to become pregnant by regulating your menstrual cycle.

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