Natural Treatment for menstrual cramps with Vitamins and Supplements

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Topic Title: Natural Treatment for menstrual cramps with Vitamins and Supplements
Created On: 10/17/2008 02:46 AM

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 08/27/2009 01:58 PM

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lyo123

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Sorry for all the reposts. I am having serious technical difficulties here.
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 08/27/2009 01:57 PM

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I apologize for writing this in your thread, although it is somewhat related as it does contain the subject of natural remedies. (I am not being allowed to post a new topic for some reason. I can't type in the message box??!!) Anyway, I used some natural progesterone cream for perimenopausal symptoms. I used it as directed but because of this, I ended up bleeding so heavily I needed a blood transfusion. I do not know why this happened. I have two children....had two normal pregnancies. I am 42 years old. I am on iron. The period after the heavy bleed was very light and pretty normal. This month, I didn't have a period and am super tired (but I also have a cold). However, my question is about the wierd feeling in my lower abdominal area. No pain, just a feeling of fullness and "stretching", if that makes sense. Like my insides are damaged and are trying to heal but stretch out to abnomality once in a while. I hate going to doctors and hope to heal on my own. However, I am feeling like I may need to get this checked out if it doesn't clear up. I am so tired today, I called in sick.
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 08/27/2009 01:57 PM

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I apologize for writing this in your thread, although it is somewhat related as it does contain the subject of natural remedies. (I am not being allowed to post a new topic for some reason. I can't type in the message box??!!) Anyway, I used some natural progesterone cream for perimenopausal symptoms. I used it as directed but because of this, I ended up bleeding so heavily I needed a blood transfusion. I do not know why this happened. I have two children....had two normal pregnancies. I am 42 years old. I am on iron. The period after the heavy bleed was very light and pretty normal. This month, I didn't have a period and am super tired (but I also have a cold). However, my question is about the wierd feeling in my lower abdominal area. No pain, just a feeling of fullness and "stretching", if that makes sense. Like my insides are damaged and are trying to heal but stretch out to abnomality once in a while. I hate going to doctors and hope to heal on my own. However, I am feeling like I may need to get this checked out if it doesn't clear up. I am so tired today, I called in sick.
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 08/27/2009 01:56 PM

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lyo123

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I apologize for writing this in your thread, although it is somewhat related as it does contain the subject of natural remedies. (I am not being allowed to post a new topic for some reason. I can't type in the message box??!!) Anyway, I used some natural progesterone cream for perimenopausal symptoms. I used it as directed but because of this, I ended up bleeding so heavily I needed a blood transfusion. I do not know why this happened. I have two children....had two normal pregnancies. I am 42 years old. I am on iron. The period after the heavy bleed was very light and pretty normal. This month, I didn't have a period and am super tired (but I also have a cold). However, my question is about the wierd feeling in my lower abdominal area. No pain, just a feeling of fullness and "stretching", if that makes sense. Like my insides are damaged and are trying to heal but stretch out to abnomality once in a while. I hate going to doctors and hope to heal on my own. However, I am feeling like I may need to get this checked out if it doesn't clear up. I am so tired today, I called in sick.
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 10/17/2008 02:46 AM

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Hey,as i know taking natural supplements like Chaste Tree, Flaxseed Dong Quai Iron and Vitamin A Vitamin C and Bioflavonoid Mix is good for treating menstrual cramps in an effective and natural way.Chaste Tree is included in the treatment of Menstrual Disorders because it was traditionally used for irregularities of the menstrual cycle, premenstrual complaints, and mastodynia. Like Chaste Tree, Flaxseed provides substances which appear to have beneficial effects on various hormonal cycles. Dong Quai is often considered the female Ginseng and is a traditional herb for women's health therefore may be important in the treatment of Menstrual Disorders. Historically, it has been demonstrated to be a good uterine tonic, and have estrogenic activity, it is therefore inlcuded in the treatment of Menstrual Disorders. Iron and Vitamin A levels are often low in women with menorrhagia. Vitamin C increases Iron absorption, preventing tiredness due to Iron deficiency which is important in the treatment of Menstrual Disorder. Vitamin C and Bioflavonoid Mix may strengthen capillaries in the uterus, preventing the rupture and cause of additional bleeding. I got this info. from one of the famous nutritonal consultant whose name is Dr. James F. Balch. He is aslo a physician, a surgeon, and a leading authority on integrative medicine and nutritional healing. Dr Balch has written several books and co-authored two best-selling books that address a broad range of health concerns and their nutritional prescriptions. Try googling custom made supplements and vitamins for menstrual cramps too, find a personalized health solution for yourself.


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