The year is 1976 it’s the 30th day of July I’m a tiny little baby is being born. She is a baby girl. She is beautiful and she is worthy of love. Within a few days she has contracted the worst strain of German measles. How mother and grandparents I so worried about her. They don’t know what to do. She eventually ends up in an intensive care unit within two weeks have being born, and she spends the next six months in the intensive care unit. The baby I describe is me. And this is my journey through health.
This article is written from my own pain. As a young child I started my period very early at the age of 10 years old. Ever since I started my periods I have bled heavily to the point where I had to wear two sanitary pads and a tampon, and I still bled through my clothes. With the heavy bleeding came a lot of pain in my back my stomach and in my reproductive areas. On top of that I used to suffer really bad headaches and eventually I became very anemic. Later on this period pain and the prolonged periods lasting between seven and 10 days went on to cause numerous issues in my life, which included endometriosis, adhesions in my reproductive area, and long-lasting battle with fibroids.
I suffered with fibroids for the best part of nearly 20 years of my life. Never did I ever imagine that there would be a natural cure for fibroids. At the time everybody that I spoke to just kept telling me that there was nothing more they could do for me especially the medical profession. From my own personal recollection I remember having at least four operations just to remove the huge fibroids that were making me look pregnant even when I wasn’t. At one stage my stomach actually resembled that of a six-month pregnancy.
The heavy bleeding and prolonged period pains persisted throughout my 20s and early 30s. It eventually came to a head one year shortly after Christmas day, when my daughter who was around the age of 13 at the time found me laying on my bathroom floor in a pool of blood cradling myself like a baby that was about to be born. I was in so much pain she took one look at my face and one look at my surroundings and decided to call her grandmother. My mother turned up to the house and ambulance was called and before I knew it I was in the accident and emergency department of stepping Hill Hospital. The bleeding and pain was so severe that I had passed out on the bathroom floor unable to move, the ambulance men had to carry me out on a stretcher.
Upon arrival to the hospital I was examined by a Doctor Who then gave me the devastating news that the fibroids they had removed only a few months ago had actually grown back. This time they were more aggressive than ever, and I was told by my consultant that the only options I had open to me, where either I have another operation to remove the fibroid with no guarantee that they won’t grow back again, or I would have to have an operation in order to remove my uterus. I was also told that this operation would then mean that I could never have children again, and within a few months or even years I will have to start taking HRT (Hormone Replacement Treatment) to balance my hormones.
Bearing the state of mind that I was in at the time I was ever so confused and wasn’t sure which decision to make. Whichever decision I made would continue to affect me for the rest of my life. I consulted my boyfriend at the time, and as he already had three children, he was not very keen on having any more children. However I went on to think about the fact that there was still almost a 15-year age gap between us and I still really wanted to have children. Even if it wasn’t with him. At this point I had already had two successful pregnancies. My first child a boy called Chris, died at a very young age of 14 months old from cot death. My second child a girl named Olivia was now 13 years old. I still felt like I did not want anybody to take away the option of me having children in the future. However at the same time I really could not bear the thought of continuing my life with the prolonged Anemia from the heavy bleeding as a result of having fibroids.
To this day I still believe that my condition at the time, of prolonged heavy bleeding and fibroids was responsible for the breakdown of my relationship at the time. I gradually became this a miserable person who didn’t want to go out socially because I literally could not be out for more than two hours before bleeding through everything including my clothes. I could only wear black clothes. My wardrobe was just full of black clothes. I could not bear the thought of wearing anything with colour in case it showed through the bleeding. If I sat down in one place for more than two hours I was frightened of getting up because every time I stood up I had to look back at the chair where I would often see the a patch of blood from where I had bled through everything.
Roll on the next day in hospital this was now day two and I was still unable to make a decision either way. After much deliberation, I eventually made the decision that I could no longer live the way that I was living. Heavy bleeding, prolonged period pains, and fibroids had literally taken over my life and turned me into such a miserable negative person. Something that I would never wish on anybody else. When my consultant came to do the rounds, I signed the consent form, and I signed away any chance I ever had of ever having any more children. And with one stroke of a pen my uterus was gone… Just like that!
I remember the day I was wheeled down to the operating theatre. I was so emotional, so confused, and so tearful. Even though I’m trying to hold back the tears as much as possible to keep everybody else around me so strong. The first thing I remember after coming round from the operation, was just tears. I actually woke up in the recovery room crying my eyes out like I’ve never cried before and I just could not stop crying. A follow-up appointment with my own GP then revealed that I would have to take HRT at some point in the next few months or the next few years for the rest of my life I remember saying to my GP that there is no way on earth I am ever going to go on HRT. And to this day, I do not take hormone replacement pills or any form of HRT. I manage my health and my hormones simply through the use of food as medicine. This is what I teach and this is what I believe in. And that is how my journey in to writing the period Protocol began, by loosing my uterus, and then later doing the research to find out that I actually did not have to have the operation, and fibroids and heavy prolonged periods are actually treatable naturally without modern day medicine or brutal hospital operations that leave you without a Uterus and for some women in some cases their ovaries are also removed. Even though this was not the case for me as my ovaries were left intact.
The work that I do now aims to inspire and empower women to heal the world and hear each other naturally. This is why I feel so passionately about gifting each and every single woman in this world with the gift of my e-book, The Period Protocol so that they can take their health into their own hands and learn the very simple methods that they can do, starting today, in order to help them get rid of the issues that they face during each monthly cycle. Period pains, heavy bleeding, prolonged periods, and getting hormonal prior to your period is not the normal way of life.
Before writing this book I actually tried this protocol on a number of family members and friends who suffered with long prolonged period pains and on top of that they were extremely hormonal at least a week or two before they came on their periods. This of course did not just affect their health but also went on to affect their relationships, their work, and other aspects of their social life. The protocol that I gave them and the protocol that I’m about to give you changed these women’s lives forever. Not only did they get rid of the hormonal tendencies, and premenstrual tension, but they were also able to significantly reduce the blood flow to just spotting, and they also reduced the number of days they were on a period.
Some of the women experiencing a period between seven and 10 days were able to reduce that to between three and four days of just spotting with no pain and no symptoms that they were even coming on a period. You too can benefit from this very simple protocol that I am now going to provide you.
There is no catch as to why this protocol is free. All I ask is that you share the link from where you got this protocol with your friends, family and loved ones. On top of that I would very much appreciate it if you could give me some feedback, and a testimonial if possible. By sharing your period story you will also be helping other women around the world. Many women do not want to talk about issues they have with their reproductive systems, because we have been taught to be extremely embarrassed about talking about such issues. However my belief is that the more stories we share, the more we can actually help each other. So please remember to share far and wide, your period story will also be helping other women around the world.
So just to recap, heavy prolonged period pain affects millions of women across the world. We need to break the silence in order to overcome this health challenge. My experience ended up on a hysterectomy but yours doesn’t have to, and that’s why I have launched the One Million Women Appeal, so that I can help as many women as possible around the world by allowing them to download my Period Protocol for FREE at this link: https://www.venus-club.org/heavy-period-protocol
Please share the link far and wide so that together we can help each other to heal. Apart from giving birth, there is nothing more beautiful and powerful than women who inspire and empower each other with knowledge. “Be The Change You Want To see In This World” Ghandi
And on that note, I am wishing you all the best, and please remember to give me your feedback on the Period Protocol.
Intuitive Energy Healer & Mentor, Natural Health Enthusiast, Natural Health Researcher.