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Are women doubling up on menstual cycles lately?

 
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CRAZY CONNECTION? Thread: The SUN is the giver of LIFE! Females underground lose their fertility!
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I saw one comment so far about multiple ovulation, anyone else? Like I said, I am pretty sure I had a second ovulation this time around (I definitely know when I'm ovulating).
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Same here, I can feel it when I am ovulating. Twice a month for two months in a row. Thank goodness hubby is fixed!
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Heard back from my friend. Her regular periods changed either after the Solar Eclipse of May 20 or the lunar eclipse of June 4th.

Just to let you guys know..

Eclipses will throw a womans cycle out of wack...
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12/03/2012 09:55 AM
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Mine has been MIA since September, and I'm not pregnant.
 Quoting: LimaIndiaSierra


I have been missing mine too.. and not pregnant. i am so annoyed because the bloating and cramps, then nothing.

haven't had one since early october.. wth?
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sorry that was me not logged on
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Get checked for Polycystic disease.
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how do they know it is not from the moon?
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my period has been normal heavy flow for the last 15 years since i started my period and i noticed. when i started my period a few days ago after the lunar eclipse. my period is extremely light for the first time, its spotting only and no cramps.

which is very strange because i have had cramps and a 7 day heavy period every single month since i started periods


im spotting only and barely need to use a maxi pad and theres no chance im pregnant or going through menopause. im in my 20s
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IF WOMENS CYCLES ARE RELATED TO SUN CYCLES AND THEY APPEAR TO BE CHANGING IS THE SUN CHANGING AND THIS IS THE CAUSE?
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17346821


how do they know it is not from the moon?
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Have to chuckle on this sun 'theory'. Sun & moon are partners you just can't have one without the other (for life on earth).
Ebb & flow literally is associated with the moon as any farmer will tell you.
The moon depends on the sun inextricably entwined.

Life on earth is instructed by both, unless you have "something" interfering with seasonal/lunar messages to dna.
Bifurcation is the word I'm looking for "twos" "doubling", you have normal messages then an interfering interpretation of that message.
We could say excess red tides & plankton is caused by warming earth waters, opportunistic replication. Ok, add a chemical interference, what is it that does that.

I don't want to confuse the reason for this thread with circular go-nowhere speculation.
Some-thing is causing bifurcated messages to happen.
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12/03/2012 12:37 PM
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Re: Are women doubling up on menstual cycles lately?
One person commented that if we ovulate too soon the body is not ready for the egg to develop properly.

What if this is related to what is happening to the bees.

LOL the birds and the bees no pun intended.
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12/03/2012 02:25 PM

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Has anyone with menstrual irregularities noticed that their "healthy" temperature has dropped since lately.

I am peri-meopausal but my BODY temperature dropped significantly around the same time that my periods went crazy, before stopping altogether.

FYI My normal temperature is around 97, instead of 98.6
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My roomie has been doubling up as well. She was complaining last night about in in fact.
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12/03/2012 02:39 PM
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one thing I know for sure ladies, try to keep
having your periods as long as possible.
once you stop, you really start to age.
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one thing I know for sure ladies, try to keep
having your periods as long as possible.
once you stop, you really start to age.
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joy...
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One person commented that if we ovulate too soon the body is not ready for the egg to develop properly.

What if this is related to what is happening to the bees.

LOL the birds and the bees no pun intended.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2019149


Yes I commented something to that effect. To clarify, the egg might ripen for 'release' to travel down the fallopian tube but the uterus may not have enough lining developed for the egg to implant..especially if hormone ratios are also whacked.
I don't see how the body can synchronize such a speeded up demand to end up with 'normal'. OR increased fertility, quite the opposite one would assume.
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BTW, I personally have never heard of eclipses having much effect on my cycles or anyone else's cycles..not even 'supermoons' (3-6 per year).

Let's face it, this is new to womankind altogether..along with all the other 'new to man/womankind' chemical nightmares imposed on us every way we turn.

I wish it was primordial, magic and delicious, personally I think it's collective new insults to our bodies compliments of various corporate interests in (killing us? combined with who-cares-no-restrictions-anymore).
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my period has been normal heavy flow for the last 15 years since i started my period and i noticed. when i started my period a few days ago after the lunar eclipse. my period is extremely light for the first time, its spotting only and no cramps.

which is very strange because i have had cramps and a 7 day heavy period every single month since i started periods


im spotting only and barely need to use a maxi pad and theres no chance im pregnant or going through menopause. im in my 20s
 Quoting: girl 28276293


This is what I have been experiencing as well!! The last 6 months my period has been so light but the only difference is the length.. Last month I spotted for two weeks straight I finished mine the 10th of November . And the on the 21st I started spotting again.. I thought I might be preggers but I took atleast 4 tests all came back negative.. I am baby free.. These are very strange times we live in for sure! hiding
Ps I used to get horrible cramps.. Like throwing up
Can't leave the house thinking I'm gonna die cramps .. They stopped whenever my periods stated to get longer.. And just to clarify I am not and have not been on BC in 7 years so Idk.. Being a chick is strange
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I was thinking that it was a statistical deviation from the bell curve, blah, blah, BUT with all of the imput here, maybe there is some "quickening" I wonder if the Maya have anything to say about it. I have come accross alchemists saying that the time is speeding up due to the torroidial cycle of time. Most notably Jay Weidner. HMMM
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Re: Are women doubling up on menstual cycles lately?
Has anyone with menstrual irregularities noticed that their "healthy" temperature has dropped since lately. I am peri-meopausal but my BODY temperature dropped significantly around the same time that my periods went crazy, before stopping altogether.

FYI My normal temperature is around 97, instead of 98.6
 Quoting: LisaDiane


Progesterone is the hormone that raises body temp right after ovulation and lowers when your period starts.
Pregnancy keeps body temp elevated.
So normally (with a normal cycle) you would have about 2 weeks per month with a temp 97/97.4 and 2 weeks 98.2-6.
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I was thinking that it was a statistical deviation from the bell curve, blah, blah, BUT with all of the imput here, maybe there is some "quickening" I wonder if the Maya have anything to say about it. I have come accross alchemists saying that the time is speeding up due to the torroidial cycle of time. Most notably Jay Weidner. HMMM
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Re: Are women doubling up on menstual cycles lately?
Has anyone with menstrual irregularities noticed that their "healthy" temperature has dropped since lately. I am peri-meopausal but my BODY temperature dropped significantly around the same time that my periods went crazy, before stopping altogether.

FYI My normal temperature is around 97, instead of 98.6
 Quoting: LisaDiane


Progesterone is the hormone that raises body temp right after ovulation and lowers when your period starts.
Pregnancy keeps body temp elevated.
So normally (with a normal cycle) you would have about 2 weeks per month with a temp 97/97.4 and 2 weeks 98.2-6.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16213681


Does this mean that I need progesterone to raise my temperature if I am peri-menopausal?
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In Nature and we are a species. Mother Nature has a funny way about getting of making sure everybody gets pregnant when there is too be disaters. The herd increases to make sure the species survives.

On another note. My Mares ( Horses ) Camme into heat a week ago. They normally don't cycle in the short days with less light. They broke my Stallion out whom I had moved under the barn for winter. I don't normally have to worry about such things this late in the year.

My Dogs are all in heat right now also. I mean all of them.
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busy day on the ffed today.


bump
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Nope, mine is normal once a month
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In Nature and we are a species. Mother Nature has a funny way about getting of making sure everybody gets pregnant when there is too be disaters. The herd increases to make sure the species survives.

On another note. My Mares ( Horses ) Camme into heat a week ago. They normally don't cycle in the short days with less light. They broke my Stallion out whom I had moved under the barn for winter. I don't normally have to worry about such things this late in the year.

My Dogs are all in heat right now also. I mean all of them.
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Interesting. Why do you think this is so?
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Has anyone with menstrual irregularities noticed that their "healthy" temperature has dropped since lately. I am peri-meopausal but my BODY temperature dropped significantly around the same time that my periods went crazy, before stopping altogether.

FYI My normal temperature is around 97, instead of 98.6
 Quoting: LisaDiane


Progesterone is the hormone that raises body temp right after ovulation and lowers when your period starts.
Pregnancy keeps body temp elevated.
So normally (with a normal cycle) you would have about 2 weeks per month with a temp 97/97.4 and 2 weeks 98.2-6.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16213681


Does this mean that I need progesterone to raise my temperature if I am peri-menopausal?
 Quoting: LisaDiane


Doubt it. Some women go for progesterone cream if they feel they need it. I know a woman who had a hysterectomy and she swears by it because the hormone is absent in her body, but that's not the case with you, right?
Anyway, a lowered temp doesn't mean anything healthwise, only if you think you need help transitioning, and for that alternative practitioners with a philosophy of 'less is more' is the way to go. There's nothing wrong with you.
You might try flax oil with borage & evening primrose to balance hormones if you think you need it for the emotional rollercoaster. You know, it's not true you won't have hormones anymore, in fact they level out rather than disappear making you more serene.
Our society treats normal life for us all, of all ages like a medical condition when life is nothing of the sort.
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BTW, I personally have never heard of eclipses having much effect on my cycles or anyone else's cycles..not even 'supermoons' (3-6 per year).

Let's face it, this is new to womankind altogether..along with all the other 'new to man/womankind' chemical nightmares imposed on us every way we turn.

I wish it was primordial, magic and delicious, personally I think it's collective new insults to our bodies compliments of various corporate interests in (killing us? combined with who-cares-no-restrictions-anymore).
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hf
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I ain't got time to bleed.
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Thank you so much for posting this. I've had my period for 9 days this month. I am usually very regular, 4 days, no skipping cycles. All of a sudden this month it just kept going. I don't feel bad, crampy or hormonal. Temp seems normal. I'm 43, live alone so not doing the "group of women" changing cycle thing. Very weird. Was debating going to the doctor but will wait and see. I really appreciate everyone's responses. I know this is not one of the usual subjects here, so thank you for the sharing of info.
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I'm 35. Was regular as a clock. The past year or more, painful ovulation, cysts, mid cycle bleeding, late or early periods. My child is 4, no preggers. Weird. I'm a little too young for menopause.
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Thank you so much for posting this. I've had my period for 9 days this month. I am usually very regular, 4 days, no skipping cycles. All of a sudden this month it just kept going. I don't feel bad, crampy or hormonal. Temp seems normal. I'm 43, live alone so not doing the "group of women" changing cycle thing. Very weird. Was debating going to the doctor but will wait and see. I really appreciate everyone's responses. I know this is not one of the usual subjects here, so thank you for the sharing of info.
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...I forgot to mention, I am from NJ.

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