We as women go through a cycle in our lifetime, our reproductive cycle. Starting with menstruation, having a period and being fertile, giving birth, breastfeeding, starting to go through menopause, and then after menopause.
The cycle is a whole. Each stage a woman goes through is part of this whole. It is all connected. How a woman was during puberty or what her periods are like, may be informative to how menopause will be for her. Getting a thorough history of the woman is important.
Very often, I hear from women that they are taking some form of hormones, whether it is hormonal replacement therapy (HRT), or thyroid medications. There are changes in a woman’s hormones as she goes through the reproductive stages. These hormonal changes can affect other parts and functioning of the woman’s body, and her emotional and mental state.
Homeopathy can be used along with western medicine, such as HRT and thyroid medications. Homeopathy can be a part of a woman’s ongoing health care.
These are some of the health concerns women may experience during this cycle – puberty thru after menopause.
- digestive issues
- hot flashes
- weight gain
- restless legs
- arthritis type symptoms
- concern about osteoporosis
- heart issues
- a difficult labor and birth – c section
- fertility issues – not able to get pregnant, miscarriages
- thyroid issues
- liver/gallbladder issues
- loss or trauma in your life – emotional, physical, a surgical procedure, accident, fall
- menstrual issues
- change in libido
- vaginal dryness
- vulva sensitivity
- skin eruptions
- lingering affects from a trauma
What is bothering you? I invite you to contact me here or through my website www.homeopathytoheal.com. And if there is a woman that you love, please pass this on to her.
Tip: Although this is not homeopathy, a suggestion if you are using Magnesium as a supplement, perhaps to help in falling asleep or for cramping. Dissolving the Magnesium pill in water. Drinking the water may be an easier way of taking this supplement. I personally have a hard time swallowing the rather larger Magnesium pill.