EXTREMELY irregular cycles – natural remedies?

posted 4 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
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4608 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

You should talk to a licenced naturopath, licenced practicioner of chinese medicine or licenced homeopath. Taking random supplements and remidies without proper guidance from someone who knows about them is a bad idea. 

Post # 5
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579 posts
Busy bee

I’ve looked into some different teas before to help my own cycle! I am pretty regular, but have a much longer cycle that normal. We do not want kids right now, but I agree with you that I want to get to the bottom of what the problem is to fix things now so it doesn’t affect us later. 

I love the natural cures as well. I have really horrific cramping too, and I was so tired of being dependent on meds for my pain. I have finally figured out some natural ways to ease them (heat packs, baths, essential oils, lots of tea) and I am much happier. 

Do you chart your cycles? It might be really helpful to figure out if/when you are ovulating. 

I agree about consulting a homeopath or something of the sort. Let us know what they say!

Post # 6
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291 posts
Helper bee

I’m studying to be a naturopath in Australia because of all the issues I had with my period (also had endo). I’d go see a naturopath and get some herbs pronto, it’s saved me And I feel so much better!! 

 

Post # 8
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1026 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

I just started taking evening primrose oil and have read a bit on Vitex/Chasteberry but have yet to try it – starting with the EPO first. I do have PCOS though.

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