Symptom Management


It is important to track your symptoms for 2 menstrual cycles (if applicable).

Next, we recommend that you consult a doctor to rule out any more serious health conditions, and to discuss your symptom checker/ tracker results.

Once a cyclical or hormonal medication-based relationship has been identified, please;

  1. Read our ‘all symptoms‘ page… 4 simple steps to improve your health
  2. Check out the tips and tricks for managing your specific symptoms
  3. Keep tracking your health as you make changes, to record how your symptoms improve over time
  4. Let us know how it goes! Please share your story, or contact us directly… Thanks!

Muscle and joint pain

Muscle and joint pain is a common hormone-related symptom- especially as part of PMS, or around menopause.

Nausea or vomiting

Nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy is very common, however it can also be triggered by the menstrual cycle.

Ovarian cysts

An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that causes pain if it ruptures, is very large, or blocks the ovarian blood supply

Period pain

Period pain occurs when the muscular wall of the womb tightens (contracts) to shed the womb lining during menstruation.

PMDD (Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder)

The symptoms of PMDD are similar to those of PMS, but are more extreme and interfere significantly with daily life.