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Use Cinnamon for Menstrual Cramps and Fertility

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Does drinking hot cinnamon help jump-start a period?

Cinnamon is known to help in alleviating menstrual period discomfort such as dysmenorrhea. Therefore, if you take it at the start of your period, that will keep you a bit more relaxed and the experience won't be as unpleasant as usual.

There is also nothing wrong in regularly taking in cinnamon even when you don't have your period as it is well-known to be rich in antioxidants and a good healer of inflammations and other infections.

Drinking cinnamon for heavy flow when someone is suffering from fibroid?

Does drinking cinnamon help someone with fibroid and anemic and at the same time what kind of cinnamon should l drink. Does it shrink fibroid or it's just a way of regulating the flow of menses? I was diagnosed with a 9cm fibroid and l experience heavy bleeding to the extent that I am now anemic

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How does cinnamon help menorrhagia when it is a blood thinner?

Many women are now trying out different Naturopathic or Ayurvedic remedies as treatment for menorrhagia or also commonly referred to as hypermenorrhea. Menorrhagia is characterized by heavy or irregular menstrual flow with associated fatigue as well as pain and discomfort felt in the lower abdomen and back regions. This medical condition is caused by hormonal imbalance alongside uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and adenomyosis.

Cinnamon is an ancient herb used for a variety of fertility conditions is also an effective treatment for controlling excessive menstrual bleeding in women as well as hemorrhage caused by miscarriage and childbirth. This herb is known to have potent blood thinning compounds which must not be used alongside other anticoagulant medications but is however very effective in curbing heavy menstrual bleeding. In fact, this can even be used as a remedy for external wounds or cuts to stop further bleeding and complications.

Hi, my period started about a week ago and it is not stopping, what can I do to make it stop?

My period started about a week ago, today is 7 days. What can I do to stop it? Some clots are coming also, what can I do to stop it? please help me. Well, when I try taking medications it flows a lot more. I have tried: I took antibiotic and that did not help. I tried taking painkiller also. I think it was caused by: I don't really know what causes it. I really would like to make it stop.

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Why am I still bleeding and how do I get it to stop?

Hi, I'm 20 years of age. I have hypothyroidism, hormonal imbalance and diagnosed with PCOS. 30th of September - 5th October I saw discharge with light brown blood then as of the 6th of October I started seeing blood and still bleeding now. I've been bleeding light for basically 1 month with few clots and no pain. My doc gave me Ponstan Forte but it was of no help. I'm trying cinnamon and honey but it seem to making me bleed heavier with more clots. I was expecting my period sometime in September but it didn't show itself, so I have no clue if this is it. I just want this bleeding to stop. . . PS. I'm not on any birth control pills nor injection. At times its light and then a bit heavier. anything barely comes out on my pad so I have to be going to the bathroom often to clean up myself. if I do any long stand or strain myself it comes heavier. I have tried: I have tried Ponstan Forte, Brufen 200mg and cinnamon and honey. I think it was caused by: I think maybe because of my hormonal imbalance. I'm not sure.

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