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Birth Control Can Cause Spotting

Men never will feel the headaches, cramps and occasional spotting caused by a menstrual cycle. Each month, women must combat cramps, headaches, and bloatedness caused by menstruation. Some women tend to combat painful menstrual cramps; others endure annoying headaches; and some women must deal with spotting.

Intense spotting occurs because of a hormone imbalance. Hormone production tends to dip as women age, but when hormone production decreases at a young age, then it’s a problem. For women too young to be experiencing menopause, the cause may be birth control pills.


Hormonal Shifts 

Birth control pills causes a shift in hormones, tricking the body into thinking it’s pregnant. When the shift in hormones continues for prolonged periods, the body will become imbalanced. The sudden imbalance tends to lead to an increase in spotting, lack of sensitivity of the G-spot and Clitoris, and even loss of libido.
 
In order to help return the body to a hormone balance, women suffering from spotting should refrain from taking birth control pills for a few weeks. In addition, the help of a Natural Relief Formula For Vaginal Bleeding will help reduce the bleeding by balancing  the ovarian hormones and increasing the level of progesterone relative to estrogen.


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