Taking a break for back surgery!

/Taking a break for back surgery!

Taking a break for back surgery!

I have to take a break from my Hormonology blog for a few weeks. While I’d love to say it’s because I’m taking an exotic dream vacation, to finish my book, do a whirlwind media tour or to give a series of super-inspiring TED talks, it’s really because I’m having back surgery. Nothing like having a few titanium rods inserted into your spine to give you a reason to stay away from the computer for awhile.

I’ve prescheduled all-new Hormone Horoscopes┬áduring the time I’ll be recovering, so you can still come back here to get a daily peek into how your hormones will be impacting you.

And, if you haven’t signed up to my free Hormonology newsletter, you might want to do so now. I’ll be announcing my return there so you’ll know when I’ll be resuming my ever-useful, always fascinating Hormonology Tips.

Looking forward to returning soon!

By | 2017-04-22T12:01:52+00:00 January 3rd, 2016|admin stuff|2 Comments

About the Author:

Gabrielle Lichterman is the founder of Hormonology, author of 28 Days: What Your Cycle Reveals about Your Love Life, Moods and Potential and creator of the popular Hormone Horoscope menstrual cycle tracker apps. In 2005, Gabrielle pioneered the growing movement among women to live in sync with their menstrual cycles and learn about the many ways their hormones impact their moods, health and behavior with the publication of her book, 28 Days. She's also a longtime women's health journalist whose articles have been published in major publications around the globe. Gabrielle's new updated and expanded version of 28 Days is due to be published December 2018. You can help get this book published by contributing to her crowdfunding campaign at iFundWomen.com/projects/hormonology.


  1. Gabrielle Lichterman January 30, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    Thank you for the well wishes, Dee. I truly appreciate them.

    Thank you also for sharing my Hormone Horoscope app with your daughters. I will be releasing a teen version of the app that’s geared toward younger readers. If you subscribe to my free Hormonology newsletter (link above), you’ll find out when the teen version is released.

    I know what you mean about wishing we had this information when we were younger. As someone in my mid-40s myself, I feel like this is something that should have been handed out to us the moment we got to the age where we were about to menstruate so it wasn’t all foreign and we didn’t have to figure it out for ourselves. It would have saved so much time!

    I hope you have wonderful blessings this year, too ­čÖé

  2. Dee January 11, 2016 at 9:12 am

    Prayers for a speedy recovery. Wishing the surgury will give you the outcome you desire.
    Thank you for offering such an interesting idea. I wish This was around when i was younger. Still most greatful for your insite and humour as I use this toward the end of my joirney. It is still helpful while pre-menopausal. This adds a knowledgable bonus to why’s of my cycle ups & downs. I have had my daughter link with this app & site also. And will share with my younger two daughters when their time comes as well. Hoping you are still available when start their feminine journey of womanhood. Thanks again. Blessing for you and the new year.

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