- April 22, 2013 at 1:54 am #103277
LilyJMemberTopics: 6Replies: 8
Hopefully someone will have an answer to this…
I started the strict diet 2 months ago, I haven’t cheated once and I’ve been doing pretty well. I mean the chronic fatigue is there, and today I actually lost my silver tooth filling which now has me worried about mercury poisoning (sudden rash and swollen neck now..)
anyway, what I’m worried about is that I haven’t had my period in two months. I know that any woman would love to not have it, me too, but not like this. I know there is usually something wrong with your hormones if you don’t get it, and no, before you ask- i am not pregnant.
Is it the sudden change in diet, or the fact that I quit most of the foods I used to love over a period of 24 hrs?
Thanks!April 22, 2013 at 3:27 am #103281
mrs.candidaMemberTopics: 53Replies: 454
I noticed a trend of this. It seems common for women to have a disruption in their cycle when starting the diet. Another common thing that can happen is INTENSE periods on the diet, with strong cramps and extra heavy flow.
It will all regulate and calm down once you have your candida under control.April 22, 2013 at 2:29 pm #103295
KeyaMemberTopics: 3Replies: 68
Hi LiIlyJ, I also didn’t have my period for a couple of months when I started the diet, so I suppose it’s not unusual. I went to my gyno and she gave me hormonal pills to induce it, so I eventually got it due to these pills. But I wouldn’t recommend these pills to anyone, I felt awful when using them. I heard that Lady’s Mantle tea is great for naturally inducing your period so I’ll try with this if I don’t get it this month (I’m not using these pills anymore). But I would advise you to go to your gyno just that he checks you with an ultrasound to see if everything’s ok and to calm you down.
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