I want to hear from you! What future Hormonology Tips would you like to read?

/I want to hear from you! What future Hormonology Tips would you like to read?

I want to hear from you! What future Hormonology Tips would you like to read?

readerquestion4Today I have a quick question for you:

What kind of Hormonology Tip topics would you like to read more about in the future? 

I’ve written hundreds of Hormonology Tips and just want to get a sense of what topics interest you most so I can write more about those. 

Do you want more tips about PMS-busters, menstrual cramp treatments or mood-lifters? Do you want more natural remedies? More news about the latest hormone research? More Hormonology Guides that cover a specific topic for each week of your cycle? More stuff that’s quirky or surprising, like how I reported on how you make more right turns during your period?

Or maybe you want see less of a certain topic I keep covering?

Or maybe you want to see something else altogether, like more infographics or videos?

If you get a moment, please send me an email at gabrielle@enterprise45.fastsecurehost.com and let me know. I appreciate the feedback!

By | 2017-04-23T13:25:10+00:00 June 6th, 2016|admin stuff, poll, reader question|4 Comments

About the Author:

Gabrielle Lichterman, founder of Hormonology® and a longtime women’s health journalist, pioneered the growing movement among women to live in sync with their menstrual cycles and know more about all the ways their hormones impact their moods, health and behavior. This movement was launched in 2005 with Gabrielle's groundbreaking book, 28 Days: What Your Cycle Reveals about Your Love Life, Moods and Potential, and her creation of Hormonology®. She offers a variety of tools--including her popular free Hormone Horoscope® app, eBooks, infographics, videos and tips--to share vital information about hormones.

4 Comments

  1. Gabrielle Lichterman August 15, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    I haven’t come across this kind of research related to emergency contraception, but when I do, I’ll post it in this blog and in my newsletter, Sarah. I’m so glad you’re enjoying my website and Hormone Horoscope App. I hope they’ve been helpful!

  2. Sarah August 10, 2016 at 5:23 pm

    Hi,

    I am curious about how emergency contraception affects hormonal signaling/cycles. I am pretty good at research and have done my fair share on this topic but I am just not really finding the same type of information out there that is so accessible on your site. I was hoping that you might already have this info or the skills to track it down and relay it to us. I ask because I recently had to use an EC and it triggered my period 5 days later; I was around the day of ovulation when I took the EC so my period came 8 days earlier than scheduled. Also, I usually begin to sense some mental relief a few days into my period but, if anything, I feel more anxious, tired, and just plain not myself. I am super sensitive to changes in my hormones which is why I can not use hormonal birth control methods and this stuff has really thrown me for a loop. Nothing I found really scientifically touches on the psychological effects of birth control or the impact EC has on the hormonal cycle (immediately to stop pregnancy from occurring or after in terms of getting back to normal). If you have any information on how EC affects a women’s natural cycle and when relief can be expected I would love to see that on your site or though email. Thank you so much for all of your research and this wonderful, life-changing website and app!!

  3. Gabrielle Lichterman June 6, 2016 at 8:12 pm

    Thanks for your feedback, Michelle. I did touch briefly upon skin and the menstrual cycle here: https://www.myhormonology.com/2015/03/have-a-skin-condition-heres-how-your-monthly-cycle-could-be-affecting-it. But, I haven’t read anything about how mascara is applied differently throughout the cycle–that is definitely a new one on me! But, hormonal effects can be unique to an individual in some cases. I’ll post more face-related and skin-related tips in the future. And if I come across any study that examines mascara, I’ll let you know!

  4. Michelle Laird June 6, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    Skin changes during cycle and other face oriented stuff. There is a point in my cycle where my mascara applies differently! I thought I was crazy but it happens at the same time every month, so when I found your site…..

    Thanks so much

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