Hello Wray from Finland
Iam 47years old woman,since from fifteen years my menstrual started and after that to our days cycle is quite normal (28 days) bleeding time about 5 days, but heavy pains and gramps all my adults time. About 18 years ago my both fallopian tube was blocked and by doctor advise also was operated, and after that very soon my problem came back. Finally I found doctor, who gave me natural and homeopathy medicine and that programme gave me some relief, but all these years I have been bad sleeping problems and PMS.
I tried different vitamins (B-group), amino acids, Homeopathy,
and they will give only few weeks reliefs, and after that
my sleeping schedule is like this: I falling my sleep 10 pm.
4-5 hours sleep then I awake up, and in the morning at 9am. I feel very lazy and I go to my bed, sleep 3 hours and I see nigthmares.
My menstrual cyrcle have been irregular menstrual periods about 1,5 years. Perimenopause symptoms like night swetting and hot waves and PMS symptoms have been around 5-6 years. My mood changes from sad to anger have been very bad during 1 year.
2011 spring I started to eat Pueraria mirifica and dosage
800 mg/ day, about 2 weeks later ,I slepth very well all night!!! That was amazing and I was very happy, but after 4 month when I started by purearia came spotting and bleeding and that last 3 week. I had to stop using purearia because same repeat every month. Breast pain was horrible all the time after 4 month using purearia and I did not like that all. I also get fat that time.
Finally I found Natpro. I follow your information. I have used cream now 2 month 2teaspoon or sometimes more when payn coming to fallopian tube. Starting every month from ovulation 14days. Then break 2 weeks during menstrual. BUT UNFORTYNATLY MY SLEEPNESS GO ON LIKE BEFORE!
I have not use Purearia mirifica anymore when start Natrpro.
So I really hope that you can give me some advice.
Helena from Finland
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