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Understanding Irregular Periods E-book
"Suffering from irregular periods is a fairly clear indication that your cycles have become imbalanced. There are a variety of reasons for this, which we will discuss below, and also many ways to address the imbalance. Many women are unconcerned about having irregular cycles until they begin trying for a baby, but other women find it very difficult to plan without knowing when their periods could appear.

What are irregular periods?

"Irregular periods are simply those that are not regular. If you suffer from irregular periods, you simply will not know when your period is going to appear. Cycles can vary from 23 to 35 days, but they are classed as regular if your periods occur at roughly the same time each cycle. So, even if your periods are, say, 35 days apart instead of the usual 28, but they always appear at day 35, they would be classified as being ‘normal’. Irregular periods can be extremely difficult or even impossible to track.

What symptoms could you experience?

"Minor cycle irregularities are common. For example, you may have your period on day 23 of one month and then the next month on day 35. If you are not happy with that level of unpredictability, follow the natural recommendations later on in this e-book to make your cycles more regular.

"You may, however, have a much more irregular cycle, in which case it is important that you have further investigations, so that other problems, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (see PCOS e-book) can be ruled out. The following symptoms are characteristic of irregular periods..."



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Contents:


Irregular Periods E-book1
Irregular Periods2
Table of Contents3
Disclaimer5
Copyright5
Irregular Periods6
What are irregular periods?6
What symptoms could you experience?6
What can cause you to have irregular periods? 6
Finding out if there is a reason for your irregular periods 7
Ultrasound investigation7
Endometrial biopsy8
Blood tests8
What treatment can you be offered by your doctor?8
Drugs9
The contraceptive pill9
Progestogens9
Surgical Techniques10
What natural treatments could be effective?11
Dietary changes11
Linseeds11
Other phytoestrogens11
High saturated fat intake12
Weight12
Your liver12
Fibre13
Exercise13
Stress13
Supplements14
B Vitamins14
Antioxidants14
Magnesium14
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)14
Ann15
Herbs16
Agnus castus (Vitex/Chastetree berry)16
False Unicorn Root (Chamaelirium luteum)16
Natural medicine16
The Treatment Plan17
Tests show nothing wrong17
Thickening of the womb (endometrial hyperplasia)17
Hormone imbalance17
Your Supplement Plan19
Herbs19
In Summary20
The Next Step21
Other E-books in this Series22
References23




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