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Irregular Periods While on Birth Control? Here’s Why:

Birth control pills are made of two types of hormones called estrogen and progesterone. The drop in hormones causes the lining of the uterus to shed and cause bleeding. Over time, your period can change on the pill, causing your... (More)

Dr. Gabrielle FrancisExpert
Naturopathic Doctor, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist

Seed Cycling to Balance Hormones: Q &A

What is seed cycling?

Seed Cycling is a nutritional method that promotes the philosophy that it is possible to regulate and balance the menstrual cycle by eating certain seeds Day 1-14, the Follicular Phase, and other seeds from Day 14-... (More)

How Heavy or Light Should My Period Be?

A woman can lose between 5 to 80mL (almost 6tbsp) of blood during a normal period. It’s important to know what’s “normal” for you. That means how often your period happens, how light or heavy it is, and how long... (More)

Adenomyosis: A Story of Heavy and Painful Periods

I'm pretty confident that a lot of you have never heard of adenomyosis.

It's a cause of heavy and painful periods but is challenging to diagnose. Adenomyosis happens when the lining of the uterus called the endometrium grows into the... (More)