Late, Early or Irregular Periods

The menstrual cycle can vary from 21-45 days and still be within normal range, but the period that has no pattern is considered irregular. Estrogen is needed to build up the uterine lining and progesterone is needed to flush the membrane.  If hormonal feedback is broken due to restriction in nerve and blood flow between the brain and reproductive organs, menses becomes irregular.  Lifting the uterus up and away from the pelvic floor allows for free flowing hormonal messages and normal menstrual cycles.

Diet changes:    Avoid foods containing xeno-estrogens

Herbs:  Female tonic contains wild yam which consists of diosgenin, a constituent that is about 75% similar to the hormone molecules of estrogen and progesterone. 

Exercise: yoga, light walking, stretching.

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