Coming off the Pill, the Patch, the Shot and Other Hormonal Contraceptives
by Geraldine Matus
Learning How to Restore Menstrual Cycle Health and Endocrine Balance after Stopping Use of Hormonal Contraceptives
Hormonal contraception is a multi-billion dollar industry, and marketing campaigns for hormonal contraception are aggressive. Birth control pills are portrayed as being fun, a way to achieve freedom, and safer to use than being pregnant. These portrayals diminish the profound physiological effects that hormonal contraception has on the body as well as the psyche.
"Coming off the Pill, the Patch, the Shot and Other Hormonal Contraceptives" is a comprehensive, clinical-based guide that focuses on recovering fertility and healthy menstrual cycles after discontinuing hormonal contraceptives. It provides holistic and nutritional suggestions to support menstrual cycle health, including non-pharmaceutical approaches to managing difficult periods. A variety of menstrual cycle charters share their post-pill experiences and the changes they observe over time. To purchase the book, visit the Justisse Store.
The intention of this book is to share some of those hard to find bits of information; information that Justisse Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioners (HRHP) use every day in their work of helping those who wish to maintain reproductive health and vitality.