My Hormonology

Which week are you on
in your monthly cycle?
Find out what it reveals about
what your day has in store:

Week 1
Day 1 (first day of period) to Day 7
Estrogen and testosterone rise

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: You may find yourself procrastinating today, for instance, putting off paying your bills, working on an important project or setting up an appointment. The reason? Rising estrogen is making you feel optimistic, which gives you the false sense that you’ll eventually get to these important tasks before their deadline.

Week 2
Day 8 to Day 13
Estrogen and testosterone rise till they peak

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: You may want to give family, friends and colleagues a heads up that it’s your Week 2 because your high estrogen and testosterone are making you more prone to teasing them and seeing the humor in just about any situation–especially ones they might not necessarily find funny, like them bumping into a pole or getting spinach stuck in their teeth right before a big meeting.

Week 3
Day 14 (or ovulation) to Day 22
Progesterone rises; estrogen and testosterone drop for half the week, then rise again

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: If it’s the first half of your Week 3, you may feel a bit down or irritable. This is due to “pre-PMS”, which is like PMS where feel-good brain chemicals dip as estrogen declines. Thankfully, by the middle of Week 3, estrogen rises again along with sedating progesterone, giving you a calm, mellow mood.

Week 4
Day 23 to the end of your cycle
Estrogen, testosterone and progesterone plunge

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: Unlike Week 2 gals, you have a little more trouble seeing the humor in situations others might find hilarious. The problem is plunging estrogen and testosterone, which lowers levels of feel-good brain chemicals, which brings out your more serious side.

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