A Concerning New Problem for Women
- Posted on: Oct 24 2018
If your life has been touched by birth control you need to hear this.
There’s an emerging problem facing women globally when they stop taking hormonal birth control.
This epidemic causes major challenges for women’s hormones including hair loss, weight gain, mood swings, anxiety, insomnia, libido loss, cystic acne, and digestive disorders.
Even worse — it may prevent women who want to have children from doing so — potentially forcing their reliance on further medical intervention.
This epidemic is called Post-Birth Control Syndrome (PBCS). I’ve been learning about this developing and concerning condition for the past several years.
PBCS is defined by Dr. Jolene Brighten (the physician who first identified the syndrome) as
”the collection of disruptive symptoms women face once they’ve concluded the use of hormonal birth control.”
These symptoms can include but are not limited to:
- Hair loss
- Libido loss
- Mood swings
- Chronic yeast infections and UTIs
- Cystic acne, outbreaks, and rashes
- Irregular or nonexistent periods
- Infertility, difficulty conceiving
- Painful, heavy periods
If you or a woman you love has experienced any of these symptoms since getting on or off hormonal birth control, there is a chance that PBCS is the cause. It’s believed that the longer the exposure to hormonal birth control, the higher the risk.
The good news is that Post-Birth Control Syndrome can be reversed. Dr. Brighten has developed a treatment protocol (The Brighten Protocol) for women’s hormones that not only reverses PBCS but also balances women’s intricate hormonal matrix for healthy, normal periods and fertility.
So how do you learn more?
I’m excited to be a part of Dr. Brighten’s Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week November 5-11, 2018.
This week is full of free online classes that will help you reverse this syndrome and heal your body. You’ll also learn things like:
- Questions you should ask your doctor about birth control
- How to prevent the side effects of birth control if you’re already on it
- Natural fertility and contraceptive methods so you don’t have to rely on pharmaceuticals
- How to reverse PBCS if you have it
If you know a woman whose life has been touched by hormonal birth control, please forward this email to her. When we have the tools to name the problem, we can take action to reverse it.
But most women don’t know about PBCS — yet. And many suffer in silence, never telling friends or family about their symptoms. Their doctors may have even told them it’s “all in her head.”
It’s not all in her head. PBCS appears to be real.
Please join me and my fellow holistic health experts. Together, we can fight PBCS and make it possible for women to heal.To join us for the FREE online event, click HERE.
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