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Check out some of our latest posts and a new category by Christina about her PCOS/PCOD journey.
Menstrual cramps relief naturally is one of the biggest concerns for women who visit us. Menstrual cramps can suck the life out of a girl, month after month. Painful periods are called Dysmenorrhea. It means Painful Menstruation or flow. We have 10 tips for menstrual...read more
So I have moved several states south lately, and because of the move I have absolutely slacked in keeping on track with my fertility plans. I have just recently started tracking my Basal body temperature (BBT) again and need to restart the Paleo template. I have still...read more
Read more in our: Fertile At 40 category
So recently, we have been personally working with several women trying to conceive and found a product called Female Hormone Balance that has impressed us. Helping couples one on one has been our focus since we first started Infertility Workshop (a sister site) in...read more
In order to understand what a Luteal Phase Defect is it makes sense to understand the Luteal Phase. You may want to start by reading a few other posts and pages here: Glossary of Terms for Conception, The Female Menstrual Cycle and Luteal Phase Length. That will...read more
These are my success hints and tips on how to improve fertility: • B6 Vitamins – every day! • Progesterone Cream – from ovulation to either menstruation or all through pregnancy. • Water and Fertility Tea – every day. • Other Supplements – prenatal vitamins, etc....read more
Read more in our: Reasons for Spotting category
Here is an example of some of the emails we receive about PCOS spotting.read more
Mid Cycle Spotting, also known as spotting after a period, is almost always hormonal imbalance based. There are several reasons which we will explore here. If you have mid cycle spotting after a light period it may mean impending miscarriage. Often times a...read more
Many female friends will tell you that black spotting is normal or that brown spotting is also normal. They may be common but they are not normal.read more
One of the main reasons for spotting 10 days before period can have to do with cysts or implantation. It can also be that your cycle will be shorter than you expect this month and you ovulated early. Now usually I would not suggest implantation because implantation...read more
“Is this possible pregnancy spotting?” That is a question we get often.read more
Too Shy has brown and black red spotting after the BCP at the time that might be implantation. Sounds like a possible implantation bleeding from an early failing pregnancy or a burst cyst.read more
I was introduced to Cycle Balance Cream (formerly Pro Cycle Balance Natural Progesterone Cream) in 2008. Delivering 1000 mg of micronized natural progesterone per jar it was right inline with Dr. Lee’s recommendation for the right amount of natural progesterone...read more
Spotting 6 days after the pill (really 5-7) is a big concern when trying to conceive. Here is an email we received from a concerned women we call A. Our response is below the spotting question. Question: I have been looking at your site and wanted to inquire about my...read more
Kesiah’s concern was spotting after period ends; her menstuation was over. Here is what Kesiah wrote to us: Several Days of Spotting Message: hi, i would like to ask what is wrong with me..cause i already had my menstruation and after that there’s a little...read more
The #1 Reason for Spotting:
Hormonal imbalance due to low progesterone.
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