Episode 217: Heavy Periods in Perimenopause – There Is Help!

Up to one-third of women will experience abnormal uterine bleeding in their lifetime. It most commonly occurs when your period first starts as a young teen and then again in perimenopause. Are you worried about going out in fear of leakage and flooding? This episode is for you. You don’t have to suffer – there are solutions out there. Listen in so you can understand what is happening and what to do about it.

In this episode, we cover:

  • What is a normal period and how you can figure out if your periods are abnormal
  • Why your periods might be abnormal in perimenopause and how hormones, stress and sleep can impact your period
  • What lab testing you need if you are experiencing abnormal bleeding
  • The options available for you to reduce abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Other episodes to check out:
    • Episode 199 – Top 5 Reasons Why You and Your Kids Need Iron
    • Episode 69 – Understanding Uterine Fibroids

Today’s Mama Must Have:

Dr. Lisa is a big fan of using Xlear nasal spray with tea tree oil and oregano, nebulized glutathione, acupuncture for dealing with her recent sinus infection

Dr. Toni loves using her neti pot with saline and xylitol to reduce dryness in winter and congestion that can come with a cold or allergies

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Disclaimer: The information provided is not meant to replace treatment with a licensed health care practitioner. It is for informational purposes only. Consult with a Naturopathic Doctor or other licensed health care professional to determine which treatments are safe for you.