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So many women ask us questions like these...
How can I tell if I am ovulating?
When in my cycle should I be ovulating?
What ovulation symptoms are normal?
How long should my luteal and follicular phases be?
What about cervical fluid - it's so confusing!
And ovulation pain and spotting - normal, not normal?
Well, have no fear, we'll answer all those questions and more on this episode of the Period Party! :-)
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative 30 minute interview with Maida Silverman. Maida was born and has spent her life in New York City. The fantasy of a garden of her own, overrun with fruit trees, nut trees, flowers, berries, vegetables, and herbs has not yet come to pass. Because of this she turned her attention to wild plants that grow in the city and found them rewarding and engrossing.
Herbal medicine in the sidewalk? Yes! Edible, medicinal and useful plants grow in the city as well as the country. With this book--A City Herbal by Maida Silverman--you can locate, identify and learn to use dandelion and clover as well as some more mysterious plants. You will find line drawings for identification; botanical, historical, and magical lore; information on how plants can be frozen, stored and preserved; and wonderful recipes.
this episode Q&A includes:
• astragalus to repel lyme disease..
• ovulation itself is damaging to a women's body and the role of birth control pills..
• breast cancer, breast tissue, progesterone and estradiol..
• personality disorder/ depression- medication can be an ally too..
• I am not okay, you are not okay and that is okay..
• liver, hormones and cholesterol- stinging nettle and red clover infusion..
• nettle helps every organ system..
• celery seed tea and uric acid..
• multiple cesareans- rotating nettle and red raspberry..
• releasing fear..
1 in 100 women between ages 30-39 and 1 in 1000 women between the ages of 15-29 have Premature Ovarian Failure (whoa!)
POF occurs when your ovaries stop functioning the way they should before the age of 40 - meaning they don't produce eggs as they should and ovulation falters or fails to happen completely.
On this episode, Nat and Nicole discuss the causes for Premature Ovarian Failure as well as solutions for women who are experiencing this condition. Trust us, there is a lot you can do from an alternative standpoint.
Suzanne Mathis McQueen believes that our female cycle is a treasure map that leads to long-forgotten teachings of core female power and wisdom. In her new book, 4 Seasons in 4 Weeks, she teaches readers how to track the energies of their own hormonal rhythm using symbolism, archetypes, and an easy-to-follow system. This leads to breakthroughs in how women think about our reproductive bodies, sexuality, personal experiences, problem-solving, and what we deserve. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
Signs of ovulation aren't difficult to notice, once you know what to look for. Some signs of ovulation help warn you that ovulation is approaching, allowing you to time sex for pregnancy. Other signs of ovulation let you know that ovulation has passed
Dr. Mark Perloe earned his medical degree from Pennsylvania State University, Hershey Medical Center, and served his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Perloe completed his fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Minnesota and is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
As Medical Director of GRS, Dr. Perloe has expertise in treating conditions related to infertility including polycystic ovary syndrome, recurrent pregnancy loss, menstrual disorders, fibroids, male fertility problems and endocrine and other reproductive health problems. He also has extensive experience in in vitro fertilization, the use of donor eggs, donor sperm, and gestational surrogacy.
Dr. Perloe has served as principal investigator in numerous reproductive health research studies including innovative IVF treatments, ovulation induction, polycystic ovary syndrome as well as investigational medications for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction. In 1986, he co-authored Miracle Babies and Other Happy Endings for Couples with Fertility Problems.
He has served as consultant and a task force member to the Women's Initiative of the American International Health Association and was active in establishing the first approved endoscopy-training center in the former Soviet Union at the Russian National Institute of Women's Health. Dr. Perloe is a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, and serves on their Electronic Communication Committee. He also serves on the board of the Georgia GYN/OB Society and has served as an advisory board member for INCIID, OBGYN.net and the Endometriosis Association.
He is married, has two children and serves on the board of two local theatre companies. He also enjoys playing with computers, sailing and traveling.
To learn more, visit: http://ivf.com
Have you recently (or not so recently) come off the birth control pill and been diagnosed with PCOS due to symptoms like lack of ovulation, ovarian cysts, acne or irregular cycles. Tune in to find out why this is happening to you and learn specific steps you can take to start addressing your post-pill PCOS diagnosis.
Diabetes Problems and Solutions: Breakthrough medical research could offer a new treatment option for diabetecs with foot sores. Dr. Gere S. diZerega a professor at the KECK School of Medicine at USC in Los Angeles, is leading a new approach to wound healing that he developed from studying how women’s bodies heal after ovulation. This new Phase III clinical trial is called STRIDE, and your viewers may be eligible to enroll for free evaluation and treatment.
How diabetic foot ulcers impact everyday life for people with diabetes
The current state of Americans living with diabetic foot ulcers and the unmet need for this condition
Why seeking treatment for foot ulcers can help those living with diabetes put their best foot forward
Why diabetics with chronic foot ulcers are needed to help evaluate an investigational topical gel’s ability to heal these ulcers
More than 100 research centers nationwide are involved in Dr. diZerega’s research efforts. If your viewers would like to learn more or find a local research center in your area go to www.gotfootsores.com for additional information. Participants in this research study will be seen by a doctor weekly and will receive the topical study gel and laboratory services at no cost.
The chondro breeding season is either underway, or will soon be under way for a majority of chondros keepers in the Northern Hemisphere. GTPkeeper Radio welcomes Dr. Benson Morrill from Australian Addiction Reptiles for our breeding season episode. Dr. Morrill is well known in the Morelia community as the author of the Reproductive Physiology and Advanced Management section of The Complete Carpet Python book. Please join us as we discuss parameters used for determining a chondro's readiness to enter a breeding program, cycling, the stages of follicular growth and how they affect your female chondro, male reproductive physiology, differentiating late stage follicle growth from ovulation and egg physiology.
Suzanne Munson, MS (Nutrition) Director of Product Development at Fairhaven Health will be sharing tips for Enhancing Couple's Fertility. Current stats reveal that at least one in six couples suffer from fertility issues & this number will only increase as more & more couples wait until later in life to begin a family. Needless to say, the road to parenthood is a long & bumpy one for some couples.
Suzanne will be sharing things such as>
*Pinpointing Ovulation * "Baby Dance" during fertile windows *Cking his sperm heatlh *Supplement with antioxidants *exercise & maintain healthy body weight
For more information see www.FairhavenHealth.com & www.OvaGraph.com Ph #800-367-2837
The voice can reveal a lot about a person - their sex, their age, how they are feeling - and recent studies have even suggested that women's voices might also contain cues that men can read about how close they are to ovulation. A new study, however, published today in the journal PLoS ONE, challenges the view that women broadcast reproductive information in their voice
Increased responsibility could lead to activity decreased sexual among women
In Sub-Saharan Africa, women who are empowered to make household decisions tend to have sex less often. This is according to a study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. They examined the relationships between married women's autonomy and the time since most recent sexual intercourse and found that women's position in their household may influence sexual activity A deep male voice helps women remember
Men take note: If you want women to remember, speak to them in a low pitch voice. Then, depending on what they remember about you, they may or may not rate you as a potential mate. That's according to a new study by David Smith and colleagues from the University of Aberdeen in the UK