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Does anyone know where the off switch is for my uterus and ovaries? Or even how to restore it to factory settings? I seem to have lost the manual of what to do when it is defective. K, thanks.

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I've been meaning to post about PMDD for a while now. In the past few months, it's become more apparent that I have a lot of the symptoms of PMDD. 2/3 weeks before my period, I get minute cramps, intense dreams/nightmares which can throw me out of reality, hypersomnia, severe depression to the point I don't even want to eat, and basically a loss of control and faith in my life. I went to the Docs today, and I am set to try out hormonal pill microgynon, to either regulate my periods, or prevent them for 3 months and then break. Will see how it goes. I've also been using the app 'MeVpmdd' to track my symptoms daily, really good to have your data stored so it's easy for professionals to look at. 🖤🔪💊🤞🏽💞 pmdd pmddsupport mypmddstory period periodblood hormones mentalhealth health depression microgynon premenstrual premenstrualdysphoricdisorder mevpmdd mevpmddapp

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Thank you xochitl.vegan ! My heart is full ! Sold out I hung out with old friends met some new ones and everything just aligned✨ Got another New New! Detoxifying Charcoal Teeth Whitener! Made with Activated Charcoal, Baking Soda, Himalayan Salt and Spearmint 🌿 Perfect for your pearly whites skintosoul skincare skincareroutine cpsoap cpsoapmaking coldpressed artisian artisiansoap essentialoils aromatherapy naturalremedies selfcare hechoconamor madewithlove woc losangeles nontoxic natural naturalremedies handcrafted treatyoself pmdd endometriosis mentalhealth cbd healing herbalism teethwhitening activatedcharcoal

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✨✨新講座のご案内✨✨  ホルモンバランスに流されない こころとカラダづくり。  生理痛やPMDD(PMSのひどい版)に苦しんだ20代、 人工授精、体外受精、と長年不妊治療をし、 頭も、心も、体も、丸くなったときに 自然妊娠した30代。 6ヶ月前に出産したばかりの代表・曜子が 講師を務めます。   ホルモンバランスの乱れによる心身の不調に 悩んでいる全ての女性へ。 イライラや頭痛、緊張、無気力など、 さまざまな不調が少しでも緩和するように😌💕  出産を控えるプレママさんたちへ。 陣痛やお産、帝王切開への不安が 少しでも和らぐように。安心してお産にのぞめるように😌💕   女性の皆さまが、 自分のカラダもこころも 全身で深呼吸したくなる香りを見つけて お守りで持っていてほしい、 そんな、保湿力も高いハンドクリームを 手作りし、お持ち帰り頂けます。  もちろん、 これから安心してアロマを活用できるようになる、 人気の「メディカルアロマ入門講座」付きです。   ✨✨新講座のご案内✨✨  「ホルモンバランスに流されないこころとカラダづくり。 ウィメンズヘルス&マタニティー向け メディカルアロマ入門講座☆ 100%天然ハンドクリーム実習付き」  6/25(火) 10:30-13:00  定員6名様   リクエストにお応えして、 ついに開催❗️  お産を迎える妊婦さんも大歓迎の講座です。   更年期障害やPMSなど婦人系疾患に関係する 女性ホルモンについてなど、 解剖生理学も交えた楽しいレッスンです。  詳細は近日公開。 ご関心おありの方は、 ご予定を空けておいてくださいね😊💗  ※当校入門講座ご受講済みの方は、後半の精油の学習と実習のみご参加いただけます☆   ☘鎌倉アロマ&メンタルケア アサンテマサンテ☘  ハンドクリーム ハンドクリームマニア ハンドクリーム作り 手作りハンドクリーム 前駆陣痛 お産 マタニティグッズ  マタニティブルー  マタニティーライフ  妊婦生活  練り香水 ハンドクリーム お守りコスメ  心の安定 手術前  入院準備  入院バッグ  帝王切開 陣痛待ち  陣痛怖い  妊娠記録  自然妊娠 不妊治療 pms pmdd 生理痛 ホルモンバランス 手作りアロマ  鎌倉  kamakura

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• WHAT’S YOUR MINDSET? • PMDD symptoms can feel like self implosion. You may feel you have been stripped bare and be left with a hollow shell of what once was. • • Once the house burns the house has burnt. • • As we move through the cleanup process this is the opportunity to look at our shit. When we invite it in, the faster we’ll heal. • • We begin to pick up pieces and may realize those pieces no longer serve us. • • Rather than clinging to the pieces, I invite you to shift your paradigm and realize the truest potential of your future. • • You can heal, and you will. • • Love, Katie 🙏🏼💛 pmdd pmddawareness pmddawarenesschallenge pmddsupport pmddpositive holisticpmdd pmddpeeps pmddwarrior premenstrualdysphoricdisorder mentalhealth mentalhealthawareness gratitude slowdown womensupportwomen womenshealth helpeachothergrow support supporteachother metaphor mindset paradigm paradigmshift shiftyourmindset shiftyourparadigm gratitute grateful

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Me, when I try to do too much social media at one time (3 IG accounts 🙀🙀🙀) I’ve accepted I must burn, Lord 😹😹😹 Thank you to elissahallorandesigns_ for always having such cool stuff at your store, and mad props to the artist burntbarnstudio 🙌🏻 I love all your work 🙌🏻 anxiety depression introvert lgbtqiaplus nonbinaryhealth transhealthmatters reproductivehealth pmddawareness pmddtribe pmddpositive pmddwarrior pmddsurvivor pmddmum pmddmom womenshealthmatters mentalhealthawarenessmonth chronicallytired lowselfesteem suicidalawareness pmddsiblings shinealightonpmdd 1in20pmdd premenstrualdysphoricdisorder surgicalmenopause fullhysterectomy

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TransformationTuesday ⠀⠀ Old Me (2008) vs. New Me (2019) ⠀⠀ The first photo was taken during a time in my life when I was very unhappy in my first marriage. I was married to a man who refused to work & contribute financially. We were only 22, & I was bringing home $350 every couple weeks, along with some random Air Force pay & that’s what we were living on. MY income which barely existed. I was emotionally & physically abused on top of it add that to the list of reasons I was depressed. ⠀⠀ This led to me basically not eating. When I did eat, it was bread & butter & a protein shake. We didn’t have the money for food. It was rent or food. I chose a roof over my head. My ex-husband ALLOWED THIS LIFESTYLE. He truly didn’t give a shit.🤷🏻‍♀️ ⠀⠀ I was down to 83 pounds at my lightest, in 2009. I had friends asking me if I was anorexic. I had the military lecturing me about my low body fat percentage. I was at a loss I had no support at home & I felt so alone. ⠀⠀ 👊🏼New me- NOW me. I am fit. I am healthy. I have definition in my muscles. I am with a man that LOVES me & shares a love of health & fitness with me, he practically FORCES me to eat & always cooks for us to ensure I get a good meal in because he gets me. He understands my slightly poor appetite & how my stress manifests in ways that prevent me from eating. He’s the real deal! 🙌🏼❤️ ⠀⠀ Y’all, I’m living the life I always wanted. 🙏🏼 ⠀⠀ What I do has changed the lives of SO many people. I have used these plans- workouts, meal plans, etc- for almost a year now & have completely revamped my health & my LIFE & I’m watching women in TheHighVibeTribe do the same. It’s freaking MAGICAL. ✨✨✨ ⠀⠀ Ready to improve your health, have some accountably, or even just get a PLAN? Drop a DM & let’s chat. 💕

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Today was a freaking rollercoaster, ya’ll. I got my kid to school, had a coffee, did a ton of (digital) work (for both my small businesses), I ate breakfast without wanting to barf after, I planted our back garden and watered the lawn, had another coffee, vacuumed, did some more business, and then picked my kid up in the sunshine! I was productive AF and I didn’t even nap! I was drafting an Instagram post in my head, about how well us chronically sick folk take legit advantage of the good days - And then 5pm rolled around. Whomp. And by whomp I mean SMASH, like a fucking truck. The PMS has been creeping in since the weekend, but tonight I finally flared like a MF. We’d already planned a whole family Costco trip, and I like being in charge at Costco, so I sucked it up, but I regret it while walking down the chip aisle. I was wandering around rubbing my swollen tummy and taking deep breaths like a poor pregnant woman, and eventually hung over my cart for a semi-cry. I survived, of course, and took home a small haul of spectacular ’ books and new flowers for the week (and quinoa salad) but man, I don’t know if I’ve ever had such a bipolar day. Knocking so much off my to-do list feels so good, but nothing feels good-we then bed.

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Hard brain day. Grateful for those who support me, human and furry. Really ready for these meds to start helping instead of just giving me weird side effects. cat pmdd

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Molasses | self portrait | Without Disguise | 2019 Today is one of those days where my body feels like molasses and it’s a struggle to get out of my PJs. My mood is fine. I’m overall content and not even that stressed, but this week I feel like a turtle and all my actions just seem to take longer. Last week I went to yoga everyday of the week and I’ve been getting plenty of sleep, so it’s not like I haven’t been doing plenty of self care. Sometimes depression isn’t an emotion. It’s more of a fog. Anyway, it’s mentalhealthawarenessmonth and I wanted to make at least one post to talk about the behind the scenes. Because we should all feel more free to talk about this more. endthestigma whatyoudontsee documentingdepression withoutdisguise PMDD PMDDlife mashup doubleexposure mybodyfeelslikemolasses feelingX han

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One in six adults in the UK have a diagnosed mental health disorder. One is five adults in the UK have considered taking their own life. The stigma and lack of understanding that surrounds mental health has to stop Crippling financial cuts to our primary and secondary support mental health services has to stop mentalhealth invisibleillness nhs depression anxiety cptsd ptsd bpd pmdd mentalhealthawareness education support acceptance suicideprevention itsgoodtotalk itsoktonotbeok 1in5

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Hello there, my favorite city! 🦢Guess what’s in the online shop! 💛 A color dot tote! Perfect for every trip to the farmer’s market, coffee run, or walk around a lake. The link is in my bio, happy shopping! ✨

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Surgery success! Getting to be the kid for a change, riding home in first class in my own van, reclined, footrest and all. I love my van! 3 kinds of pain killers and 3 kinds of anti-nausea meds later, I'm managing. It had been excruciating for awhile. Fibromyalgia complicates pain. I feel so much more now than I did at 19 when I last had a laparoscopic procedure. Praying for sleep tonight. I wasn't allowed to take Xyrem last night. I'm entirely dependent for nighttime sleep (though I can nap in an instant during the day) so I only logged 1.5 hrs. No Xyrem tonight either but I'll have some other lending factors hysterectomy pmdd fibromyalgia narcolepsy xyrem toyotasienna minivanlife momlife singlemom booklover bookaddict chronicpain invisibleillness spoonielife spoonie tuesday write read

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【すごい世界と日常の勉強会】 昨日の夜、保育園のあとにdetoxコーチのマニアックな勉強会へ。 今回のテーマはプレママ&ママのためのヘルスケア✨生理痛のメカニズムやピルの話、PMS(月経前症候群),PMDD(月経前不快気分障害)、妊娠前後の話を聞けたりした❗️ 正直全っ然知らなかった!ので知れて良かったな。 中学高校の時から月経が来ずにピル💊を飲む事が当たり前だった女性の話や 40代の方で3,4ヶ月に1度しか来なかった月経が毎月来るようになった、しかも月経痛の薬も手放せたストーリーを聞いた😭 それが自分の体質だと思っていると当たり前になってしまって気付きにくいんだよね。だからそれに気付くことができるのがまず凄いし、変化できて本当に良かったと心から思う😂 ここにいる人たちって、女性はみんな生理が整うし、体重だったら-5㎏-10㎏とか、花粉症や肌トラブルが良くなったとか、それが当たり前の世界過ぎて。正直、感覚が麻痺してしまっていたんだけど、一人一人にとってその変化って本当に人生がかるほど劇的なんだよね。 そんな変化を肯定的で明るく導く集団に今自分がいられることを誇りに思う!完全に運と縁だけど☺︎ そんな中、精子の量が爆増しちゃったシェアをして、ちょっと場を間違えちゃった感のあるボク(笑)このシェアはまたいずれ^ ^ あ、同じ悩みがあったり助けたい人がいたりしたらエンリョせず声かけてくださいね!そのために学んでいます!! 女性の悩みは言いにくいと思いますが女性の専門家の方がおりますのでご紹介します^ ^ ご安心ください😊 デトックス 生理痛 月経痛 不妊治療 エストロゲン pms pmdd ピル 妊娠 妊活 葉酸 卵子 精子

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抗うつ薬を飲んでもピルを飲んでもなかなか安定しない🤦‍♀️ 最近は自分がハイになってる事も落ちてる事も理解出来るようになった。まるで酒を飲んでるかのように旦那と話す事が楽しくなる。薬が切れてくると、誰とも関わりたくない状態に陥り家事すら全くやる気が起きない。イライラして爆発するのも自力で感情を戻す事が困難になってきた。 いつも一緒に居ることで私のup downに気づいているのか分からないけど、相当うるさいはず。 双極性障害 pmdd devilorangel 天使と悪魔 抗うつ薬 2face

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I live with mental illness! I struggle everyday to push on to hold it all together! I have so many people that rely on me to be strong everyday. I have to keep my head up for family and my job. I am a mother, a wife, daughter, sister, granddaughter, friend, and a CNA! Labeled for Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, PTSD, OCD, PMDD, and ADHD. (With Postpartum Depression currently) I’ve waited a long time to talk about what’s really wrong with me and for so long I was scared. I get judged for being “crazy” and it’s not that I am crazy! It’s the label! When I shut down emotionally I won’t reach out for help, I will hide in my own head to try and figure out how I’m “supposed” to reach. Being around people with happy go lucky moods makes me feel better. I come around someone in a bad mood and I will be in a bad mood. There are so many things I have destroyed. From items to friendships to even jobs because of the times I think I’m ok without meds. It’s not easy everyday when you are only so strong inside! 💜 mayismentalawernessmonth bpd depression adhd ocd pmdd ptsd

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So excited to share that I now have two steam saunas available at mello.wellness 🌸 so many people have inquired about steaming with a friend (or sister), and I wanted to make that possible. We are still running our $35 steam special for May, book soon to reserve your spot at our zen haven. ✨

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I’m coming down with a cold 😭 Time to rest with my favoritest person in the whole wide world: Chita! She knew I didn’t feel good, my good girl 💚💚💚 I hope you’re all having a good day and giving loves to those that love you the most 💚💚💚 depression pmdd pmddawareness pmddsupport pmddpeeps pmddsiblings pmddtribe pmddpositive tired circadianrhythmdisorder insomia workingcatsofinstagram mentalhealthawareness mentalhealthawarenessmonth womenshealthmatters transhealthmatters nonbinaryhealth holisticpmdd integrativepmdd pmdd_diaries

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P M S : While it has been “normalized” by popular culture, and is VERY common, PMS is not part of a normal, healthy menstrual cycle. Having cyclical fluctuations in your mood, energy and desire IS completely normal - that’s part of the beauty of being a woman - our fluid and changeable nature. However, if you’re having symptoms that are outside of these normal, fairly mild fluctuations, and/or are interfering with your life - it’s time to address it! PMS symptoms like significant mood issues (anxiety, depression, etc), headache, breast tenderness, digestive issues, acne, fluid retention/weight gain or pain of any kind are not something that you have to just “deal with” because you are a woman. These are actually typical signs of hormone imbalance and are a great reason to give your body some hormone balancing support. Use these as signals to give yourself some love. ❤️ pms pmsproblems pmdd menstrualcycle womenshealth hormones

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Premenstrual syndrome is the name given to a collection of physical and emotional symptoms that may be experienced by a women in the 1-2 weeks leading up to menstruation At least 30% of women are thought to experience PMS although in my experience this number is A LOT higher What are the symptoms of PMS? Emotional symptoms include: ✖️Irritability ✖️Anxiety and/or Depression ✖️Mood swings ✖️Low libido . Physical symptoms include: ✖️Breast swelling or tenderness ✖️Fluid retention ✖️Bloating ✖️Acne ✖️Fatigue ✖️Insomnia ✖️Constipation or diarrhoea ✖️Cravings for foods such as sugar or carbohydrates ✖️Lower back pain ✖️Cramping ✖️Headaches . These symptoms are not normal despite what you have been told! They are a sign that your hormones are out of balance, of which the cause can be different depending on the collection of symptoms experienced It astounds me that women are not taught from an early age about the physiology of their cycle. They are encouraged to ignore it and deal with menstruation and the accompanying symptoms, rather than seeing their cycle as an integral part of their health and wellbeing.

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Beginning of the day vs evening (swipe) This morning I posted the first picture and shared about having the sunshine, my coffee, my smoothie, and writing in my journal. I follow, admire, and try to emulate some well known motivational speakers who often push the idea that you are in charge of the day you have. Bad mood? Fix it! Not motivated? Get moving. If you aren't productive, that is on you. I even have a short video that pops up on my phone at 5:00 am everyday about deciding how your day will go. The intention and desire to make the most of each day is great but those speakers may not be dealing with chronicillness or mentalillness . I am. I used to view it as failure when I didn't meet those intentions. But today when my PMDD has fully asserted itself through migraine, anxiety, and a brain trudging through thick mud, I need to remember I wouldn't think a pmddsibling was a failure. So instead, I got a rosemary, ginger latte and am taking time to decompress. I have SO MUCH to do by tomorrow but trying to plow through now will be useless. So instead my feet are up, my latte is in hand, and I am giving myself time before I get back to work. So yes, I am in charge of my day. In charge of treating myself kindly. In charge of not placing blame on myself for my illness. In charge of giving myself grace. pmddwarriors pmddpeeps pmddawarenesschallenge

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TuesdayTip: Start your day with a cup of co­ffee. Coff­ee consumption is linked to lower rates of depression! If you can’t drink coff­ee because of the caff­eine, try another good-for-you drink like green tea💚 TelePsychiatry MentalHealth Tips

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Tonight I’ll be at the thevortex.la for Tianguis Tuesday! Come by for yummy vegan food/ amazing hand crafted vendors and enjoy open mic night! Bring your friends, family and talent! Issa vibe can’t wait to see y’all, come hug me 🤗 skintosoul skincare skincareroutine cpsoap cpsoapmaking coldpressed artisian artisiansoap essentialoils aromatherapy naturalremedies selfcare hechoconamor madewithlove woc losangeles nontoxic natural naturalremedies handcrafted treatyoself pmdd endometriosis mentalhealth healing herbalism vegan vibe

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So things aren’t great at the moment. This week I’m feeling like absolute rubbish physically. I’ve had a headache most of the day today and have been really tired, sore and just feeling generally fedup 😞 I’m doing everything I can at home to manage this but if I’m still not feeling right tomorrow I’ll make an appt to see Dr L on Thursday as she’s off tomorrow. I’m currently working on my “open me when” letters and will get them sent ASAP❤️ I’m still doing some awareness stuff whilst I’m spending time resting in bed so I’ll hopefully share that with you all soon💪🏻 I hope you’re all doing the best that you can💛 endometriosis endometriosisawareness mentalhealth mentalillness depression mentalhealthawarenessweek itsoknottobeok mentalhealthmatters depressionrecovery pmdd recovery endosister endosisters 1in10 butyoudontlooksick fuckyouendo chronicillness recovery endendoforme periods chronicpain invisibleillness notjustabadperiod endendo weneedacure iwantmylifeback

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Nutrition is more than cutting out sugary foods. It’s more than eating more protein and veggies. It’s about meeting your body’s complete needs of nourishment. If you are aching, experiencing moodiness, skin problems, lack of sexual interest, depression, anxiety, constipation, brain fog, food can heal you and help you lose weight. Ask me how! fitmom healthymom stayathomemom pms pmdd anxiety intimacy

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My period started and after 2 days I am no longer shaking with pain, throwing up, crying, having muscle spasms and awful cramps in my legs, feeling dizzy or bleeding through tampax pearl super plus every 2 hours feeling good 😌😎 🌻 🌻 🌻 🌻 🌻 premenstrualdysphoricdisorder pmdd pms pmddawareness depression anxiety generalisedanxietydisorder photooftheday follow womenshealth  womensupportingwomen blackexcellence bodypositivity naturalhair   mentalhealthawareness quoteoftheday quotesdaily blogger love positivevibes blackwoman happy selfcarethreads selflove instamood motivation instagood art londonblogger like

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Posted withrepostpmddme I am forever grateful to all the beautiful, inspiring, brave, strong people I've had the pleasure of speaking to since setting up this account. Struggling with mental illness feels incredibly lonely most of the time but we can work together to improve our own and each others' wellbeing just by being honest, kind and caring. I honestly love you all ♥️ 🌻 🌻 🌻 🌻 🌻 premenstrualdysphoricdisorder pmdd pms pmddawareness pmddsupport depression anxiety generalisedanxietydisorder photooftheday follow womenshealth  womensupportingwomen blackexcellence bodypositivity   mentalhealthawareness quoteoftheday quotesdaily blogger love positivevibes blackwoman happy selfcarethreads selflove instamood motivation instagood art londonblogger like

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Want to know the most effective way to take RSO/cannabis oil if you’re looking to heal quickly? Suppositories. That’s right. Not the most exciting information but it’s priceless info nonetheless We’ve figured out a way to create some the strongest and most effectively healing RSO suppositories you’ll find. They’re difficult to find in the first place and when you’re putting it 😆👉🏽you know where👈🏽😆 you want to know it’s the absolute highest quality medicine. We have you covered. DM us for more infowe will soon have a blog post on the thorough benefits of using this form of cannabis oil but we don’t mind sharing our knowledge in a message until then. It’s what we’re here for. 🌿 selfcare psoriasis autoimmune chronicillness epilepsy fibromyalgia endometriosis pms pmdd cancer fuckcancer fuckendo chronicpain breastcancer naturalhealing plantbased wholefoodsdiet loveyourself goodvibes positivity goodmorning cannabiscommunity healing cannabisoil rso ricksimpsonoil

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Tag 21 bei instachallenge von filmloewin • Thema menstruation Auch ich menstruiere gerade (schwer zu sagen, da ich nach Einsetzen einer Kupferspirale seit dem 2. Mai durchblute anythingyoudoicandobleeding) — cyclesyncing Auch ich nutze eine menstruationstasse und habe seitdem weniger Krämpfe, außerdem findet Kind5 toll, wenn ich „den Zaubertrick“ mache und sie schwupps verschwinden lasse. lebenmitkindern Ich hätte gerne als nächstes eine mit so einem kleinen runden Ring, nicht mehr mit Stiel hitmeup mit den guten Tipps! Auch ich leide an pmdd wie fuchsteufelsschoen (habe ihren Beitrag noch nicht gelesen, nur die Story von Filmlöwin gesehen). Etwa 10 Tage vor meiner Blutung, wenn mein Körper registriert „schon wieder nicht schwanger“, kippt alles ins Bodenlose. Meine sowieso schlechte Gemütslage verliert jeden Halt und ich möchte einfach nur tot sein. Seit Anfang des Jahres probiere ich cbdöl und habe den Eindruck: es hilft ein bisschen. Es nimmt die Spitzen raus. Aber es kostet. Und ich schraube noch an der richtigen Dosierung. That’s it for today. sharkweek normalisemenstruation instafeminismus instafeminism feminismusfotzt feminismusfetzt

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Today’s Topic of discussion 💭 Mental Health & shedding light on those that live with it. I for one am a thriving survivor of postpartum depression & anxiety, ptsd & pmdd. ✨ I’ve battled PTSD depression & anxiety since childhood & in my adult years I’ve overcome postpartum depression & anxiety as well as learn that I have PMDD which id basically severe pms. 💕 I started openly speaking about my struggles after having my because I believed I wasn’t the only woman battling this although no one spoke about it. 💕 Over the years I’ve used my voice & shared my story for myself & those that struggle but have not found their voice yet. Mental Health does not discriminate it does not care about your gender, age, social status or education. Individuals from all walks of life battle illness unseen to the naked eye. 💕 Some of us take RX meds, some of us workout, some of us journal & meditate. None of us are less than because we fight to improve our mental health. I’d like to think we are stronger for it. It takes courage, strength, self discipline & a rock solid support system to strengthen your mental health. 💕 If you or anyone you know is looking for a community I encourage & welcome you to join the LoveHER MastHER SHEries BECAUSE i believe as woman we are stronger together than we are apart. 💕 TheLoveLifeJourney LoveHERLifeJourney TuesdayTopic MentalHealthAdvocate MentalHealthAwarness PMDD PostpartumDepression PostpartumAnxiety PTSD Anxiety Depression MentalHealthBlogger MomBlogger LifestyleBlogger Mentor Guide HealerAndTeacher

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Ska nog ta en liten promenad i alla fall. ”Du orkar inte. Du har ju ont i lederna och är så förbannat trött” sa pms-😈. Nä, jag ska nog bara lägga mig på soffan. Fast en liten promenad kan ju inte skada? ”Du fattar väl att du är för svullen och äcklig?! Du har ju ingen energi och är bara andfådd. Gå och dra nåt gammalt över dig” sa pms-😈. Ok, jag går väl och lägger mig. Ingen vill ju vara nära mig ändå. Fast en liten liten promenad, det hade ju varit skönt. ”Skyll dig själv, du kommer inte orka” sa pms-😈. Skorna åkte på, regnet var uppfriskande och gjorde luften mindre tung. En feeling infann sig och jag sprang. Promenaden blev en löprunda på lätta fötter och en frihetskänsla. Jag sprang ifrån pms-😈 - om så bara för en stund! 💪🏻😅 thistooshallpass pmdd pmddawareness

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I am forever grateful to all the beautiful, inspiring, brave, strong people I've had the pleasure of speaking to since setting up this account. Struggling with mental illness feels incredibly lonely most of the time but we can work together to improve our own and each others' wellbeing just by being honest, kind and caring. I honestly love you all ♥️ 🌻 🌻 🌻 🌻 🌻 premenstrualdysphoricdisorder pmdd pms pmddawareness pmddsupport depression anxiety generalisedanxietydisorder photooftheday follow womenshealth  womensupportingwomen blackexcellence bodypositivity   mentalhealthawareness quoteoftheday quotesdaily blogger love positivevibes blackwoman happy selfcarethreads selflove instamood motivation instagood art londonblogger like

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💁🏼‍♀️Hi beauties Investing in yourself is one of the best things you can do for yourself. I always have been an advocate of finding ways to make myself better in healthy ways. As a PMDD sufferer I took action and put myself in therapy. Taking action is the first step into investing in yourself. It is the first step for everything. And trust me there were many times I had high hopes and then realized what I was trying wasn’t working. That was before I had knowledge of PMDD. 👌🏼 Find what works for you. We are all different. What stressors can you eliminate in your life? What can you add? Investing in yourself doesn’t have to cost money.👍🏻 Investing in yourself is taking the time to make a plan of tools that will help you. Therapy, herbs, yoga, exercise, rest, breathing, emotional releases, journaling, unplugging, reading, being intimate with your significant other etc. doing something that you don’t think you deserve. 👏🏻 Investing in yourself is carving out that time in your daily schedule to do something that will benefit your health mentally, spirituality, and physically. Today is the day to carve time for you to put in your calendar! 🗓 Love J.P. 💖 selfhealers nourish holisticpmdd invest

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COMMON MISCONCEPTION: The pill doesn’t balance hormonesMost women are told to go on the pill for any period issues. The problem is, the pill is just a band aid. It doesn’t get to the root cause of the issue If you’re car was broken you wouldn’t simply turn it off you would fix the problem When you take synthetic hormones it forces the ovaries to shut down it’s own production of hormones. For women, most of our reproductive hormones are made and secreted by the ovaries. Yes, women can bleed on the pill but it is not a true period. It is only a withdrawals effect from ceasing the pill during the period week The good news? NATUROPATHIC Doctors know how to correct hormone imbalances without having to resort to the pill.

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Lately, I've noticed I'm at a point in my journey where I can finally undo myself without harsh self-judgement, see how and why I found myself put together that way in the first place, and rebuild to become the woman I want to be. It's a painful process and I find myself exhausted emotionally most of the time. Battling PMDD at the same time brings me days where it's close to impossible to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Today is one of those days But this is what I got to wake up to this morning. Two beautiful, confident, radiant women who have the unique privilege of entering the world at a time when women have voices, choices, and a new normal that is healthier than mine was growing up. I know some say the world is a scary place now. To that, I say it always has been, but finally the monsters kept securely under the bed for so long are being forced out and exposed for what they are so we can deal with them once and for all. That may seem terrifying for some, but for me, I'm ready to kick ass so my daughters don t have to. They won't need to undo trauma hidden for decades because of shame or question their right to be who they really are. They will be safe to build themselves up exactly how they want to and be loud if someone tells them otherwise Some days it feels like an uphill battle, other days it feels like we're moving backwards, and some issues feel like unmovable mountains. I know we still have a long way to go and many more battles to win, but the big picture is clear to me. I have hope for my daughters' world because of the millions of powerful women (and men!) out there choosing to fight for it. Bad days and scary monsters be damned. ❤ . women womensrights fightthegoodfight daughters pmdd pmddwarrior baddays worthit lucky human hope selflove movingmountains trauma overcoming newnormal powerful allaboutthejourney bettereveryday equality lightattheendofthetunnel reflection recovery healing betterworld allisnotlost

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I've been using this face soap for almost a month now and it has definitely helped minimize my breakouts. Still not totally gone, because my period just started so I immediately broke out. But it's definitely been a less aggressive outbreak. BigBadMamaWolf

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Have you ever had PMS? Multiply that by 1000 & that's PMDD.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ PMDD or Premenstrual dysphoric disorder is a collection of physical & mental/emotional symptoms that can take a sister down 1-2 weeks before her period!⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Symptoms include:⠀⠀ ✔Irritability, crying all the time, depression, anger, anxiety, extreme sadness, panic attacks, and mood swings⠀⠀ ✔Painful, tender breasts⠀⠀ ✔Muscle, pelvic and period pain⠀⠀ ✔Excess fatigue⠀⠀ ✔Significant appetite changes⠀⠀ ✔Insomnia, sleep disturbance⠀⠀ ✔Headaches⠀⠀ ✔Weight gain, water retention, bloating⠀⠀ ✔Dizziness, vertigo⠀⠀ ✔Hot flashes, night sweats⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Women who have PMDD pray for their period to start because they know relief will follow.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ There is very specific criteria used by doctors to diagnose this condition. If you're questioning if you have it, you MUST meet with a licensed health care provider who is trained to prescribe. This means you want to look for the MD, DO, NMD/ND, PA, or NP credentials. That doesn't mean other providers can't help provide adjunct therapy. They can! But you need to rule out other serious medical conditions & get that diagnosis to know what you're working with!⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ In my women's medicine practice I've helped resolve many PMDD cases. Vitex is an herb I've found to be effective in supporting hormone balance and bringing symptom relief.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ In my bio link ( drjolenebrighten) I've got a comprehensive guide to Vitex for women at www.drbrighten.com.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ In this article you'll learn how Vitex can help:⠀⠀ 🔅Symptoms of estrogen dominance⠀⠀ 🔅Frequent periods, luteal phase defect⠀⠀ 🔅Mood swings, anxiety, depression, irritability⠀⠀ 🔅Hot flashes, night sweats⠀⠀ 🔅Headaches, migraines⠀⠀ 🔅Breast tenderness, fibrocystic breasts⠀⠀ 🔅Painful periods, menstrual cramps⠀⠀ 🔅PMS⠀⠀ 🔅PMDD⠀⠀ 🔅Fertility⠀⠀ 🔅Vaginal dryness⠀⠀ 🔅Sleep disturbance⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Click that link drjolenebrighten & learn more about Vitex!⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Got a friend who could use this info? Tag her & let's help support women everywhere in getting the info they need!⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ drjolenebrighten beyondthepill hormonebalance functionalmedicine livenaturopathically PMDD PMS

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Baked Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal ⠀⠀ You’ll need: ⠀⠀ •Nonstick cooking spray •3 cups old-fashioned rolled oats •1½ tsp. baking powder •1 tsp. ground cinnamon •¼ tsp. sea salt •2 cups unsweetened almond milk •2 large eggs •¼ cup unsweetened applesauce •2 Tbsp. raw honey •2 medium apples, chopped ⠀⠀ 1. Preheat oven to 400° F. 2. Lightly coat a 2-quart baking dish with spray. 3. Combine oats, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt in a medium bowl; mix well. Set aside. 4. Combine almond milk, eggs, applesauce, and honey in a large bowl; whisk to blend. 5. Add oat mixture to milk mixture; mix well. 6. Pour mixture into baking dish. 7. Bake for 20 minutes. Remove from oven; fold in chopped apples. Bake for an additional 20 minutes, or until top has browned. From Beachbody Fixate ⠀⠀ Enjoy recipeshare fixate portioncontrol portionfix everybodyisabeachbody bodypositivemovement fitgirlclub healthymeals eathealthy eatrealfood healthandwellness ttcjourney ttc tryingtoconceive furmom thisis33 lifecoachforwomen futuremom ttccommunity skinnytostrong fromskinnytostrong wifelife healthychoices ttcsupport futuremama fitandhealthy pmdd endometriosis wifeylifey ttcover30

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Don’t forget to check out my latest blog post 🎉 May is MentalHealthMonth and I wanted to take the opportunity to share my personal journey with mental health in the workplace. With 1 in 4 people suffering from mental health issues, I’m sure many of you may have similar experiences regarding stigma and accommodations of your mental health in the workplace. Link in bio 🙌🏻 pmdd bloggersofinstagram blog blogger mentalhealthawareness wellness health employeewellness worklife worklifebalance selfcare

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I’ve wanted a small dog like this my whole life. The type you see in the movies, or hanging out with Lisa Vanderpump 😅 you know, the kind you can carry around & they just chill! ⠀⠀ Also, you guys probably can’t tell, but my freaking chicken legs are getting thicker & no longer look & feel like chicken legs! I used to hate leggings & now it’s all I wear! Pretty psyched at my gains! Working out becomes addictive once you start seeing the results of your hard work! 🙌🏼💪🏼 milo newpup newdog familydog dogsofinstagram chihuahuasofig toybreeds toybreed chihuahua furmom furbaby ttc thisis33 tryingtoconceive gettingpregnant tryingtogetpregnant ttcnaturally ttcover30 ttccommunity ttcsister ttcsisters trichotillomania endometriosis pmdd anxietywarrior anxietyrelief therapydog therapydogs skinnytostrong fromskinnytostrong

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Im so blessed to help other women become their best selves! Show my girl, Margarita, some love❤. 10 pounds in 21 Days! She said she tried everything. She tried shakes and diet pills, all the diet claims, workouts! She said she was shy and insecure. She was scared and afraid to fail She asked me what made this so different? RESULTS and the COMMUNITY Like her, I remember feeling hesitant about trying something I didn't know anything about and I had tried it all already. One thing we did know, SEEING THE RESULTS from our community. If they did it, why couldn't we? . The belief from someone else that actually provided the push, the support, someone helping to keep you on track and a community of support and lift! Also, that 30 day money back guarantee😉😄. I looove that our company allows you to try out our system for 30 days so you can experience it for yourself Most people don't think they need this, but how much more powerful do you think we would become if we all motivated, provided an extra push, and coached eachother? I'll let that simmer 💪❤ . I share my journey with you everyday and share the results my tribe have had. It starts HERE. If you want that confidence, the energy to enjoy the life you want, then you have to EARN IT And Rita, you definitely did! Im so proud of you and I'm honored that you chose me to walk with you on your journey 🥰That smile! Do you see the difference? . That confidence and self - esteem is through the roof! As tough as this job can be, it's well worth it. The feeling of making a difference in someone's life, even save it, means everything No worries, there's room for you too. Our Virtual Wellness Bootcamp is accepting 2 more in! Watch me or join me!

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Got symptoms of estrogen excess? (PMS, heavy or painful periods, sore breasts, menstrual migraines, endometriosis, fibroids, polyps, etc) Have you had your genes checked? * COMT is a SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) that affects detoxification of estrogen. If you're COMT +/+ (meaning you have 2 copies of the mutation), you're going to have more trouble getting your estrogen to go down the "good" pathway, and more is going to flow down those "bad" pathways that can lead to endometriosis, gynecologic cancers, etc. (Also, welcome to the clubthank you, family, for giving me COMT +/+.) * How do you find out? I recommend my clients get the cheapest 23&me or ancestry.com test, and then I take the raw data and run it through my analysis software to look for this and other genes that may affect fertility & hormone balance (like MTHFR). * If you have the COMT mutations, supporting your estrogen detox pathways with cruciferous veggies, etc, eating tons of fiber, and focusing on stress management is KEY. You've also got to take steps to support your methylation (sometimes active B vitamins (especially B12, B6 & folate), sometimes something like extra choline or SAMe, depending on your goals and what your levels look like). * Rememberjust because you have a particular gene mutation doesn't mean it's active. They say your genes load the gun, but your environment (diet, exposure to environmental toxins, etc) pull the trigger. The genes you were born with do not necessarily determine your fate! 💪🏼 * What questions do you have for me about COMT & estrogen?👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼

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Jagged little pills have got nothing on our period pain ✨Relief✨ tincture. White Peony X Chinese Licorice Root team up with high doses of CBD to get you off your back (unless you’re there for the fun 💦). cyclesandsex menstruationmatters

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Good morning, and happy tokertuesday to everyone. I have cramps. I know no one likes to talk about it, but oh well! Menstrual cycles can be painful, and just down right rude. Mine amps my multiplesclerosis up to 11. This Chemdawg though also, new mug from my brother! mugcollection 💜💨💨 mmjpatient multiplesclerosisawareness multiplesclerosis msawareness mmjpatient mmj marijuanaadvocate 710society 420society terps terpslurper terptears dabstagram dabsweats hands handsgruber hansgruber spoonielife spoonie vets4cbd gogreenforcp bongrips ganjagirls cannabiscures rollinstoned pms pmdd

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Thank you for allowing us to share your story ❤ Read the full piece on safespacesanctuary Page x Repost safespacesanctuary ・・・ Art by the talented tinamariaelena . My PMDD was so bad last week, I couldn’t work at all I am self employed, very VERY grateful for, but it requires taking appointments, meeting with clients, & providing services. Again, I’d like to stay as anonymous as possible (besides the few who know who I am). I had to reschedule every single appointment last week with clients because I couldn’t even get out of bed. One day, I attempted to go in & immediately went to the bathroom at work, & vomited How do you explain to people that you’re SO hopeless, that you can’t even perform the simplest tasks? I have to go above & beyond when explaining why I have to reschedule so my illness sounds “valid enough” to them. I can’t say, “oh, I have suicidal ideation & have been sobbing for 3 hours straight”. Not only does that make them uncomfortable, but they most likely won’t reschedule because I am now unreliable to them When I don’t have my PMDD symptoms, I feel human again. This is a vicious cycle that, unfortunately, I can’t do much about. This has taken A LOT of self talk, self love, self care, & even kind words & motivation from my spouse, family, & friends to get even *close* to a place where I can say, “if they don’t understand, I don’t want them as a client”. I mean, often I have to remind myself over & over. But I’m starting to get to that realization However, there have been some clients who have been enormously understanding. To the point where it makes me sob even more because they are simply so kind & empathetic. THOSE are the clients I wanna keep around I had a client just the other day, tell me that she had PMDD. Oh my god. It was the most incredible thing, talking to someone who understands every single level of it all. It was our first time meeting & after her appt, we chatted for an hour about mentalhealth. This was, by far, one of the most refreshing conversations I’ve had in a long time. She will probably never understand the impact that she has forever made on me CONT’D IN COMMENTS⬇️

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I’m really finding that investing in having my hair, nails and brows done regularly, is having a huge positive effect on my self esteem. Not because I want to conform or look ‘pretty’, but for 2 other reasons. The first, is that I am receiving and accepting compliments which is lovely. The 2nd is that when I’m feeling anxious and lacking in topics of conversation, I can ground myself and focus on something nice. selfcare anxiety pmdd

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Amid the current climate on womenshealth, our latest podcast episode features two very personal stories about reproductive disorders among women. Join us for a noholdsbarred discussion on reproductivehealth. Link to podcast available via linkinbio. ⠀ ⠀ reproductiverights reproductivejustice pelvicorganprolapse PMDD PMS healthcare selfcare obgyn pelvicfloor selfhelp podcastforwomen itsoknottobeok itsokaythatyourenotokay LadyPodSquad selfimprovement feminism womensrights medical life lifelessons infertility video YouTube

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This is what someone struggling looks like. Swipe to see what someone walking in victory looks like. I’m hysterically laughing because Struggling Lacey looks a lot less broken than Victory Lacey. I say victory because I’ve clawed my way off of rock bottom. So that’s victory. And I’m walking in that from now on. The messy Lacey asks for help; celebrates and serves more than ever; feels true joy! That’s victory! God is good mentalhealthawareness motherhood generalizedanxietydisorder anxietysucks pmdd pmddawareness

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Good morning pmddsiblings ! I am tired and grumpy and without my medical marijuana today (🙈🙉🙊 whoops, full disclosure, I dropped my other meds in the hopes that this will work for me). It is a struggle for me personally, that I would love to talk about more, so comment here any questions you have about my issues and marijuana. It can’t help me though if I keep feeling too ashamed to bring it with me. Regardless, here’s a tbt to a very proud day for me, when I graduated from grad school downunder I wanted to share this today to remind myself on a bad day how badass I am, to remember how I look like on a good day (that smile tho), to show my pmddpeeps that it IS possible to finish a degree program (or four) when you promise yourself to never give up and you utilize all the tools you are given (Student Services, Siblings), and lastly, to remind everyone, not just those with pmdd that knowledge is power. Education is so important. We need to understand the science behind what we go through in order to find treatments that work for us. Even for those of us that stay on top of medical science as it pertains to premenstrualdysphoricdisorder learning is still so beneficial! Read a book you’ve been meaning to read for a while, learn a new language, or if you’re sporty, go take a dance, kickboxing, paddle boarding, whatever class. Our brains are muscles that we have control over: learning helps your brain stay healthy and grow. I can’t say enough how important educating yourself is, in whatever subject piques your interest. You have control over your own growth and mental/emotional wellbeing. Thanks for letting me share with you all one of my greatest achievements—posting it here is helping me get through my yuck morning 😻 Never stop learning, my siblings! neuroplasticity holisticpmdd pmdd_diaries

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happy tuesday, warriors! today i challenge you to show yourself extra TLC and remind yourself why you love YOU! it’s important to slow down sometimes and remember to take care of ourselves, get some extra sunshine, have a nice cup of coffee, read something inspiring, take a long shower, go for some exercise, etc. whatever self care looks like to you is perfectly okay💚 • remember that self care is not one size fits all, healing is not linear, and each day will have its own blessings and challenges. keep pushing, warriors, and remember the special women that you are!🙌

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