Most women think menstrual cramps are the curse of being a woman and there’s nothing we can do about it, but I’m here to tell you that’s just not true!
I’m writing this because I want to say that I have a new appreciation for women with endometriosis and other menstrual pain disorders! You are all amazing, strong, powerful women for coping with this!
Single, but want kids one day? Coupled, but not ready to take the plunge?
Here’s what you can do to make sure by the time you’re psychologically ready for kids, that you’re also physically ready for kids.
I’ve talked about cramps a lot on this blog, but today I’m going to talk about what may be the worst form of cramps, which is endometriosis (and which affects about 1 in 10 menstruators!).
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month so this is a great time to explain a bit about it and hopefully help you determine if you might be someone who should look into getting this addressed with a care provider.
Since it’s the beginning of a new year, and I know a lot of you are making New Year’s resolutions, and I also know that a lot of resolutions are never kept, I want to help you figure out the best way to improve your health.
This is my last post of the year!
Interested in what my readers were most excited about in 2016?
Check out this list of the top posts of 2016.
When it comes to fertility awareness and charting your cycles, there will be times that you feel like you just can’t be bothered.
You will have different motivations for charting at different times in your life, and your interest in it will wax and wane over the years.
Sometimes that can lead to guilt and worry, but I’m here to tell you that it’s okay!
After your baby is born it can be anywhere from three months to over a year when your cycles return. Learn how to monitor the return of your cycles and how to use breastfeeding effectively as a natural method of birth control.
Who is the Elite Program for? The Pregnancy Achieving Elite Program is for you if you are committed to using the fertility awareness method and want the most effective and complete follow-up program. This program is for you if you:
When I stop to think about it, really examine how our society is living, I am astounded by how dependent so many of us are on caffeine.
I know lots of people who don’t feel right in the morning without their cup of joe or can’t wake up without that boost. Did you know there are a ton of benefits to your body if you take a break from caffeine, including improved hormonal health?