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what is the fertility awareness method

What is the fertility awareness method

The fertility awareness method (FAM) is a natural way to plan your family. It’s an old-school method that uses your body’s signals to help you know whether or not you’re fertile. Tracking these biomarkers can be easy and affordable. And the information they provide can be very useful—whether you want to get pregnant or avoid getting pregnant.

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Exercising with Endometriosis

Exercising with Endometriosis

If you have endometriosis, exercise may be the last thing on your mind. However, being active can be good for your overall health and well-being. Exercise can even help relieve some of the pain associated with endometriosis. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how exercise affects women who suffer from endometriosis and how it might impact symptoms such as bloating or cramping during periods (or throughout the month).

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Free self-care planner to keep track of your endometriosis download

How to use a self-care planner to keep track of your endometriosis symptoms

Creating a self-care planner is essential for anyone with chronic illness. As a chronic illness patient, it can be difficult to remember everything you’ve tried and how your symptoms have responded over time. A self-care planner can be a useful way to track your progress and communicate with your doctor about the things that work for you.

I’ve been using a self-care planner for almost 10 years now. It helps me keep track of my health symptoms and how I’m doing in general. This allows me to communicate more effectively with my doctor when we meet to discuss the best treatment plan for my chronic illness, which is endometriosis. A self-care planner can also help you pinpoint what works well for you and what doesn’t so that you can take charge of your health and wellness on all levels.

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Everything About Ovarian Cyst Pain

Everything About Ovarian Cyst Pain

Please tell me I’m not the only woman who has ever been to urgent care with a stabbing pain in my lower abdomen and been told that it’s “probably ovarian cyst pain.” Because if I am, then I’m truly alone in this world full of people wearing medical gloves. This is a common refrain for us ladies—there’s lots of pelvic pain and abdominal pain that could be caused by ovarian cysts, but there isn’t a clear way to figure out exactly what’s going on down there. If you have experienced this type of vague discomfort or you’re worried about it happening to you (because it happens to nearly every woman at one point or another), here are some tips for figuring out whether your symptoms are probably ovarian cyst-related:

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