According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, more than half of women who menstruate report some pain from period cramps for a day or two each month. While menstrual cramps, also called dysmenorrhea, are usually not a sign of a serious health condition, they can put a crimp in your lifestyle.
Irregular, heavy, or painful periods are not normal. Learn more about period problems and what you can do:
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—Why we experience cramps
—Foods that increase menstrual inflammation
—What’s a normal menstrual length
—What color range should your menstrual consist of
— What foods and minerals do you need to consume before your menstrual begins
—What food should you consume on your menstrual cycle
—Should you be on birth control to balance your hormones
—The dangers of conventional menstrual products, and how to protect your health
—PCOS, Endometriosis & Estrogen Dominance
—This week’s PPS and a recipe for everyday women’s wellness
Madeline MacKinnon, Nutrition Consultant & Period Health Coach
Professional Veggie Slayer, Madeline believes that no woman should have to suffer because of their period. She is committed to helping women get true, lasting relief from period pain with gold-standard diagnostic testing, functional nutrition, and stress management.
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