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Hi So you mean that your periods have stopped? Yes well all that your doing will do that, and the stress wont help.Try This, just google natural ways...
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Nutrition plays a key role in menstrual regulation. And, yes, even stress can be contributory.  My heart really goes out to you regarding your...
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Yes. Our bodies, including our brains, need water to function properly. If you’re just a bit dehydrated, your body's levels of cortisol, a stress...
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Yes. Our bodies, including our brains, need water to function properly. If you’re just a bit dehydrated, your body's levels of cortisol, a stress...
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Stress and depression can very well be causing this. I would see a doctor they maybe able to help you regulate you menstrual cycle. 
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Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreatic organ. It can present itself in either acute or chronic forms. While it receives well...
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