Help with fertility/acne/irregular cyclesHello,
I am a 28 year old female with severe chest, back, shoulder, and chin acne.
I have irregular cycles with a range from 35 to 55 days long.
I have been off oral contraceptives for over 2 years now.
I have been trying to conceive with no luck. I tracked my basal body temperatures and never had a rise. I tried the ovulation urine tests and never had the LH surge.
I recently had an ultrasound done and have no ovarian cysts.
I want to trial some homeopathic alternatives prior to seeking help from western medicine. I've heard chaste berry is good to regulate ovulation. Is this true? Any other recommendations?
lissylew on 2016-07-06
what med s u currently using?list all and reasons
tell more about current state of health --please
♡ John Stanton 3 years ago
I do not take meds. I just started putting chlorophyll in my water, as recommended by a colleague for general cleansing/ getting rid of candida overgrowth. I have a horrible sweet tooth and cannot control my sugar cravings. I specifically crave sugar and the more sugar I have, the more I want it. So I'm cutting out added sugars.
My state of health -
I have a BM every day mostly and they are normal size/consistency.
I have a lot of acne localized to my back/shoulders/chest/chin.
I often feel bloated. I have some central obesity that I am aware of and I am working on.
My menstrual cycles have actually become more frequent. Last few cycles were: 36 days, 30 days, 35 days, and now 31 days.
I do often feel stressed out with work and home life and I do cry or become overwhelmed, as I can have trouble coping.
I try to drink lots of water but I often don't feel thirsty so I force myself to drink water.
lissylew 3 years ago
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