Get your period back: 3 reasons why your period may be missing and how make your period come back
Has your period taken a mystery vacation and you’re not sure when she’s coming back?
I know it can be frustrating and anxiety-producing – especially when you’re thinking about the potential of having babies someday. You start to wonder, how am I going to do that without a period?
You have no idea why this is happening to you, especially when your other lady friends seem to have a monthly, consistent flo.
You are worried about your health, concerned for your fertility and are probably thinking, how can I get my period back?
Unfortunately, many women these days suffer from missing periods. It may be comforting to know that this inconsistency within your menstrual cycle is actually a common issue for a lot of ladies. But it doesn’t mean it has to stay that way!
If you have tried every form of medication and still have no insight, this video is for you!
Click here to watch and learn how to use natural solutions to bring back your cycle:
In this video I’ll cover:
- The 3 reasons why you may be missing your period
- The key dietary and lifestyle shifts for balancing your hormones
- Super important practices you may have never guessed would work – but they do!
A missing period is an indicator that you are not ovulating. This is obviously a worry if you want to get pregnant, but it should also be a concern even if you have no baby plans in the near future. Ovulation is the key to female health and vitality. Not ovulating does not only lead to missing periods, but also all PMS symptoms, acne, moodiness, weight gain and more.
I want you to know that there are a few textbook reasons for not ovulating including: pregnancy, breastfeeding, menopause, over-exercising, being underweight, or having cysts on your ovaries (PCOS). There are several kinds of PCOS that women can experience on a PCOS spectrum, with specific root causes and specific natural treatments. Your period might be missing because of one of these reasons, so it’s important to rule those out as contributing factors.
The next step is, as I say in this video, to take a look at your hormonal balance – specifically progesterone and estrogen. Progesterone deficiency and estrogen dominance/overload are the two main root causes of missing periods when the above factors are not on the table.
Your body needs nutritional support via the right foods to create enough hormones, use those hormones, and then process and detoxify excess hormones. This will maintain hormonal balance and ensure your body is able to trigger ovulation. Once you are ovulating your period will naturally follow and flo. Your body wants to ovulate, that’s what it’s designed to do, but it just needs to right fuel and foundation.
My FLO Living protocol has helped thousands of women bring back their period, including Ashley who didn’t have a period for 3 years and Stephanie who was missing her period for 2.5 years. They thought Aunt Flo had packed up and gone, never to return. But she came back, once she had what she needed!
Get started by Cycle Syncing one part of your diet – like the greens you eat and then layering in the rest of your weekly meal plan. Once you have that down, you can start detoxing your home and your cosmetics bag of endocrine disrupting synthetic hormones.
Aunt Flo shouldn’t be gone only to then turn up when you least expect her and it’s most inconvenient! That’s why I recommend tracking your ovulation signs – for most women your period will follow some 10-14 days after you ovulate – and tracking your period – which you can do using my new app, myFLO.
With the MyFLO app you can track your cycles, even when they are irregular, and get personalized advice on how to regulate them and bring your period back. Following the Cycle Syncing-focused instructions in the app could see your period return sooner than you think. A combination of changes to your diet, your exercise regime, and your self-care can make all the difference by rebalancing your hormones, bringing on ovulation, and bringing back your period.
Always remember, that once you have the right information about how your body really works, you can start making health choices that finally start to work for you! You can do this – the science of your body is on your side!
To your FLO,
What Period-Type are you?
How do you know if your hormones are healthy? The answer is in your period!
The color of your flow, frequency of your period, and symptoms you have each month can tell you a lot about your health.
There are 5 different PERIOD TYPES, and knowing which one you have will help you get healthy now and prevent disease in the future.
Learn What Your Period Means With the FLO Living Period Type™ Quiz
Discover if your period type is healthy, and what to do to fix it if it’s not, with the FLO Living Period Type™ Quiz.