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“To Orient Yourself, Just Follow The Moon” by Fernanda Betti Solano

“To Orient Yourself, Just Follow The Moon” by Fernanda Betti Solano

To Orient Yourself Just Follow the Moon is an ebook for women to understand their reproductive and sexual health.

It gives information on Basal Body Temperature (BBT) and how to chart it.

In addition it provides guidance on which foods and supplements to include in your diet to enhance and attain an optimal health.

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To Orient Yourself Just Follow the Moon is an ebook for women to understand their reproductive and sexual health.

It gives information on Basal Body Temperature (BBT) and how to chart it.
In addition it provides guidance on which foods and supplements to include in your diet to enhance and attain an optimal health.

Charting gives valuable information about one’s menstrual cycle to optimize fertility and health in itself.

The advantages of charting include:

  • Low cost
  • The gathering of information across the whole cycle
  • Helping to uncover potential causes for infertility or other women’s reproductive health problems, such as PCOS, endometriosis, and thyroid problems.
  • Providing information about a person’s constitution

It can reveal whether or not:

  • Ovulation is occurring
  • The optimal timing during ovulation
  • If progesterone level is too low
  • If one has estrogen dominance
  • If fertilization has occurred
  • If an early miscarriage has occurred

BBT charting may be used in a clinical setting to assist in the diagnosis of certain conditions of Hormonal imbalances, such as:

  • Diminished Ovarian REserve
  • PCOS
  • Endometriosis
  • Thyroid Problems

Measuring BBT can help identify these imbalances and guide treatment.

I am trying to conceive, will BBT help me?

Yes, BBT Charting can be an ally for women undergoing fertility treatments, it can help monitor treatment effectiveness and guide decisions about treatment adjustments.
BBT can also help detect pregnancy. BBT remains elevated during pregnancy, so measuring BBT can help confirm pregnancy before other symptoms appear.

I do not want to get pregnant, is BBT charting for me?
Yes, reproductive health is essential for a woman’s overall health and well-being, regardless of her desire to get pregnant.
BBT can help with unintended pregnancies, and reproductive health conditions such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and uterine fibroids, which can cause pain, discomfort, and other health complications.
In addition, it empowers women to make informed decisions about their bodies and health.

Did you know?

Some women refer to their period as “the moon” because the menstrual cycle is approximately 28 days, which is similar to the length of a lunar cycle. The lunar cycle is the period of time it takes for the moon to go through its phases, from new moon to full moon and back to new moon again.

In some cultures, the menstrual cycle is also associated with the moon’s phases and is considered to be a symbol of fertility, transformation, and renewal. In these cultures, the menstrual cycle is often celebrated as a natural and normal part of a woman’s life, rather than a taboo or shameful topic.

Using the term “moon” to refer to the menstrual cycle can also be a way for women to reclaim their bodies and their experiences, and to create a sense of connection with other women who share similar experiences.
It can also be a way to communicate about menstruation in a more subtle or coded way, especially in situations where the topic is considered taboo or inappropriate.

 

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