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Cycles that should but don't start? (Read 369 times)
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Cycles that should but don't start?
May 18th, 2019 at 2:12pm
 
It's been a year since I have visited. Not that I don't appreciate the wonderful support, but sometimes I think "Out of sight out of mind."  Anyway, all my symptoms of an impending cycle appeared beginning a month ago. First, deep, vivid dreams, then the numbness in my face, then irritability, then stomach discomfort. I used my essential oils (totally helps), upped my D3 reg, got my tanks ready, and .....symptoms gone for 3 days. So my question after 33 years (like I should know almost everything about my pattern) is "Has anyone experienced all of the symptoms and was sure they were starting, and then the cycle passed?
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Re: Cycles that should but don't start?
Reply #1 - May 18th, 2019 at 4:55pm
 
The only really predictable thing about CH cycles is that they can sometimes be unpredictable.

It could also be that in upping the D3, it is acting as a very effective preventive, so you're seeing no cycle.

Many people stay on D3 all year round to avoid seeing even the start of a cycle, so that might be an option for you.
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