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Understanding Your Menstrual Cycle

Every aspect of your menstrual cycle provides you with information —the length, volume and colour of blood, timing of ovulation, basal body temperatures, PMS, and cramping—gives you information about your health. A “regular occurring” period comes about every twenty-eight days. It should sit between 3-5 days of bleeding, and replacement

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Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian Cysts An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac formed in or on the ovaries. They are quite common and usually develop during ovulation. Do you ever suffer from mid-cycle cramps? This is likely to be an attribute of ovulation, or an ovarian cyst. Many women with ovarian cysts don’t

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Iron Deficiency Anaemia

Plant-based Diets, Iron Deficiency and How We Can Help Plant-based diets more popular than ever. The need for iron in women of reproductive age has never been in more demand. Without an iron-enriched cells, the body is starved of oxygen and classic iron deficiency symptoms will present: Fatigue Irritability Pallor

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Endometriosis

What is Endometriosis: Endometriosis affects approximately 10 percent of women in their reproductive years. It occurs when endometrial cells, similar to the lining of the uterus, form outside of the uterus such as in the Fallopian tubes, ovaries and pelvic wall. The cells alter the environment of the pelvis and

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Adenomyosis

Have you ever heard of Adenomyosis? It’s similar to endometriosis but almost like endo on steroids. While endometriosis invades the ovaries and fallopian tubes, adenomyosis attacks the muscle layer of the uterus, embedding itself deep within the back of the uterus, but also in other areas. Adenomyosis cells behave like

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How What You Eat Can Impact Your Cycle

Is Your Period Normal? Are You Truly Ovulating? – Article by Catherine Chong, Dietitian Understanding your ovulation and menstrual cycle is one of the key steps to work out the “right time” of your fertile window to get pregnant. Day 1 of your cycle is the first day of your

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