Hi Wray, I would like to get pregnant again and I already had one miscarrige (just at the beggining of pregnancy) that made me realise that hormonal imbalance (of which I was aware, but unfortunatley not enough) can have serious consequences.
I started to look what is going on in me. Among other things I also did your free questionarre and I scorred 26. I don´t want to go to the doctors and do more tests for various reasons (saliva test is not done in my country anyway). First I want to do something about my situation myself, and I know my psyche plays a big role here, but I feel that I have to help my body also with physical means.
Since I can remember I suffer from severe PMS. But it got worse after my daughter was born 5 years ago. The delivery was for me a traumatic experience, not because of my body, which was in excellent condition, but because of the doctor's handlings. The whole thing was a shock for my body (physically and emotionally) and I never really recovered from it.
Every time before my period starts I suffer from cramps, hot flashes, tiredness, skin problems, irritability… I also must write that I'm under much stress, because my nervous system is very sensitive. I was allways sensitive, but after the delivery of my daughter the situation became more intense (sensitivity has besides negative (stress) also very positive effects).
I decided to try your Natpro cream. Here I have a question. As I understand I have to take the cream the second day of my ovulation I pretty much know when I´m ovulating only not exactly when is the first and when the second day. If I miss the second day and I start to use the cream on third day, is that OK? Or is starting to use the creme on second day crucial? I guess not, but I rather ask just in case. Thank you very much for your help.
(I apologize for grammer mistakes).
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