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We congratulate you as a woman because you have just started a journey toward women aging amazingly healthy, and Womenphase is right there with you.

Every day of your life is impacted by how you feel, which is why you strive so hard to maintain your health. Whatever your path may be, we are here to inspire, support, and help you.

At Womenphase, discoveries have been made, from personal experience, with women in different communities, and across different generations, from the elderly to the young on how people suffer from inadequate knowledge of different stages of womanhood.

Our goal is to equip you with the best information possible based on experiences and available data in order to make healthcare more accessible and transparent. Knowing that you and your family are receiving the high-quality, proven care that is best for you will allow you to rest easy.

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Menstrual circle- My period story

I can definitely identify with this topic because, from the start of my periods until I was in my late twenties, I had erratic periods for over 15 years. I didn’t need to worry because, contrary to what most people are told, I wasn’t yet prepared to become a mother.

Even some doctors validated my lack of worry, I had seen a couple of doctors, and they prescribed the birth control pill for me and sent me away. No doctor ever checked if I was deficient in any vitamins or minerals, what my diet was like, or what was stressing me (inflammation, infection, and mental and physical stress). I did take the birth control pill for a period of maybe four times because I was not comfortable with it and I went about my life.

So my period is hanging in the balance and will arrive whenever it pleases. Lo and behold, I started noticing some patterns with my period, whenever I eat well and exercise, my period seems regular, and I had not heard about the term PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) until I was ready to have a child and went to see a specialist, who took time to explain to me how good nutrition affects our hormones and how they contribute to and affect the way our body functions. 

That was the beginning of my new 360-degree lifestyle change approach. I was able to run my blood work test to get a general idea of what my body was trying to tell me, I changed my lifestyle, changed my diet, added some supplements for a while, and exercised. My period now is like clockwork, and I am able to manage the PMS associated with periods, but not the effect of over 15 years of irregular periods and how this was contributing to my insulin resistance and a host of other related issues.

If I had known this 15 years ago, I would have better managed my irregular periods and avoided the associated metabolic diseases. If you are a woman or a mother, you must arm yourself with the necessary knowledge to guide yourself and your daughter through the various stages of life.

Bukola Odupitan