Do you have PCOS?
PCOS is one of the most common causes of female infertility, affecting 6% - 12% (as many as 5 million) US women of reproductive age, according to the CDC.
It's believed that a condition called estrogen dominance contributes to PCOS. Lack of ovulation results in continuous high levels of estrogen and insufficient progesterone.
Unchecked by progesterone, constant estrogen exposure may cause the uterine lining to become too thick, which can lead to heavy and/or irregular bleeding.
However, the biggest issue with PCOS when you're trying to get pregnant is that ovulation is unpredictable, if it happens at all.
Doctors don’t really understand PCOS so it’s up to you to educate yourself and become empowered.
In my clinical experience, PCOS is merely a symptom, not the root cause of fertility issues. The root cause being lifestyle choices that decrease your fertility, unknown to you.
So here I am, riding in on my white horse, chain mail gleaming in the sunlight, coming to your rescue with information about one important contributor to PCOS.
That is, estrogen dominance.
Join me on my FREE 2 part FB Live webinar: "Battle Foreign Estrogen for Better Fertility"
Part 1 is Friday Oct 5, 2018 at 9am PST, lasting 30-45 minutes. To start with, you'll identify where some of the top sources of estrogen are so you can avoid it.
We end with Part 2 on Tuesday Oct 9, 2018 at 9am PST (also about 30-45 minutes) when you learn some simple ways to remove it from your body.
If you can't make it, no worries. Recordings will be available for a limited time.
How do you get access to this information-packed online event?
Go to myFacebook page. Click both "Like" and "Follow". But you have to do this by Wednesday midnight PST.
I'll post information within the group Thursday morning on how to join the webinar and/or view the recording.
All my best,
Julie Chang, L.Ac.
Natural Fertility Eggspurt
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