What does Cellgevity and Menstruation and have in common?
Does Cellgevity correct menstrual irregularities?
Does it help reduce cramps?
Can Cellgevity be taken during menstruation?
Well, that’s what this article is all about. We shall take a look at how effective Cellgevity is for everything regarding the menstrual period.
At each menstrual cycle, the endometrium (uterine lining) prepares to feed the fetus. If fertilization does not occur, the endometrium is eliminated (on average) during the monthly cycle. In some cases, an irregularity may occur.
Menstruation is the bleeding period in a woman when blood and other materials are discharged from the lining of the uterus through the vagina on a monthly interval until menopause. This discharge usually lasts for about 2 to 5 or 7 days as the case may be.
Most women experience mild symptoms a few days before menstruation and during the first or first two days of menstruation when the blood circulation is more intense.
More than a hundred symptoms are, however, attributed to menstruation and can change over time and from cycle to cycle.
Normally, the discomfort associated with it should be manageable enough to continue your normal work life. However, in some women, the symptoms are so severe that it becomes difficult to perform their normal daily tasks.
Cellgevity and Menstruation testimonials
Below are real-life testimonials from our associates and customers. All shared as received…
Testimonial #1: Hormonal imbalance and irregular menses
I was having hormonal imbalance and irregular menstruation for three years I did several scans and bought different medications just to regulate my period.
But the situation remained the same, I came across Cellgevity some time ago last year on Facebook I commented on the post and the admin of this group said I should send my number and then we started chatting he kept on encouraging me and convincing me to give Cellgevity a try.
I decided to give the product a trial January this year, tho I was not faithful in taking the drugs things changed for me my period that was flowing for just one day began to change I started seeing my period for two days later on it changed to three days and to the glory of God I missed my period this month I went for a pregnancy test and it was positive God is doing wonders with the drugs. it worked for me with the combination of prayers I Give God All the Glory
Testimonial #2: Ceased menstruation testimony
Oh my God!! Another Testimony just came in now from one of my customers from Ughele in Delta State (Nigeria), who has been battling with ceased menstruation for d past 4 months before she met the miracle in a cup called Cellgevity.
Honestly am so excited cos she just called now and told me to shout Praise the Lord 7 times for her. She instructed me to share this testimony on her behalf in this group where her testimony journey started.
She said that she doesn’t want to share the testimony by herself for some security reasons. This lady private chatted me consistently with regards to her ceased menstruation issue but “buy d Cellgevity kwanu no way”. Editor’s note: (quoted texts means that she told the customer to buy the product, but she was adamant despite having the challenge).
Precisely by November 26th last year, she called and told me that she has decided to give Cellgevity a trial.
She paid and I way billed one pack of Cellgevity to her. After two weeks I called her to know how far? but she told me that she has not started taking it. Honestly, I was angry with her, then she promised to start taking it the next day.
Oh my God!!! Guess what? She just called me now and said madam praise God for me. What thousands of Naira I spent going from one hospital to another without any result, Your Cellgevity of only 28k (Naira) did it for me.
“Your Cellgevity has brought my menstruation back without any abdominal pain of any kind.”
I congratulated her and told her that I’m even more excited than her cos God used me to add value to her life and put smiles on her face once again.
With the above testimonials, I don’t need to say more or less about how powerful Cellgevity is.
Let’s take a look at a study on what causes menstrual irregularities and pains and how that connects with an increase in glutathione.
Causes of Menstrual Pain
Approximately once every 28 days, if there is no sperm to fertilize the egg, the uterus contracts to expel its lining. Hormone-like substances called prostaglandins trigger this process.
Prostaglandins are chemicals that form in the lining of the uterus during menstruation. They cause muscle contractions and cramps that are similar to labor pains. They also contribute to nausea and diarrhea and headaches that accompany painful periods.
Women who have high levels of prostaglandin may experience more intense contractions of their uterus and more pain.
High levels of prostaglandins are produced in response to injury or infection and cause inflammation, which is associated with pains and fever (vomiting and nausea). This is an important part of the body’s normal healing process.
However, this natural response can sometimes lead to excess and chronic production of prostaglandins. This excess causes unwanted inflammation leading to menstrual cramps and heavy menstrual flow.
Glutathione and prostaglandin
When the body is injured or in pain or infected (or inflammation occurs in any area of the body), cyclooxygenase-2 is activated to produce extra prostaglandins which help the body to respond to the injury. And this extra sometimes leads to excess which is responsible for the menstrual cramps.
Antioxidants like Glutathione are Anti-inflammatory that works by blocking the action of the cyclooxygenase enzymes and so reduce prostaglandin levels.
Enough Glutathione levels in the liver also help balance excess Oestrogen feeding tumor-like fibroid, ovarian cyst, ectopic pregnancy, etc. Maintaining good Glutathione levels also help prevent occurrences of such disorders.
Heavy flow called menorrhagia has been linked to excess Oestrogen and inadequate progesterone. Progesterone works on the uterine tissues to help prevent excess blood loss.
Supplementing with these antioxidants will be of great help:
Omega 3’s, Vitamin A&K (blood clot) helps maintain normal oestrogen levels. Ingesting broccoli increases progesterone levels in the body.
Riboceine technology in Cellgevity has been proven to be 300% better than the best alternative (NAC) in raising Glutathione levels in the body Naturally without any known side effects.
Max N-Fuze is a multivitamin containing all the essential Vitamins and Minerals needed by the body for proper functioning.
Max 357 contains rich Omega 3 oils and Cellgevity raises Glutathione levels the best. So, a combination of these products will be of great health benefits to women both young and old.
What Causes Menstrual Irregularity?
Medically reviewed by Nicole Galan, RN on February 1, 2016 — Written by Ann Pietrangelo
The duration and severity of menstrual bleeding vary from woman to woman. It’s known as menorrhagia if a woman’s menstrual period is excessively heavy, prolonged, or irregular.
Symptoms of menorrhagia include a menstrual period that lasts longer than seven days, and bleeding is so heavy that you must change your tampon or pad more than once per hour. You should see your doctor if you have excessively heavy or prolonged menstrual periods that interfere with your daily life.
Excessive bleeding can cause anemia, or iron deficiency, and may signal an underlying medical condition. In most cases, a doctor can successfully treat abnormal periods.
What Causes Heavy or Irregular Menstrual Periods?
Heavy or irregular periods can be due to a variety of factors, including:
Some anti-inflammatory drugs, anticoagulants, or hormone medications can affect menstrual bleeding. Heavy bleeding can be a side effect of intrauterine devices used for birth control.
The hormones estrogen and progesterone regulate the buildup of the lining of the uterus. An excess of these hormones can cause heavy bleeding. Hormone imbalances are most common among girls who began menstruating in the past year and a half. They’re also common in women who are getting close to menopause.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and other infections can cause irregular periods, as can endometriosis. This is a condition in which tissue that lines the inside of the uterus begins to grow elsewhere inside the body. This can cause heavy bleeding, as well as pain.
Inherited Blood Disorder
Heavy menstrual bleeding can also be due to some inherited blood disorders that affect clotting.
Benign Growths or Cancers
Cervical, ovarian, or uterine cancer can all cause heavy bleeding, but these conditions are not common. Benign, or noncancerous, tumors in the uterus can cause heavy bleeding or long periods. Benign growths in the uterine lining (endometrium) can cause a heavy or prolonged period. These growths are known as polyps when the growth is made up of endometrial tissue, or fibroids when the growth is made up of muscle tissue.
Other Possible Causes
Lack of ovulation, or anovulation, results in a lack of the hormone progesterone, causing heavy periods.
When glands from the uterine lining embed in the uterine muscle, heavy bleeding can occur. This is known as adenomyosis.
- Ectopic Pregnancy
You should contact your doctor if you bleed during pregnancy. Normal pregnancy interrupts menstruation. Some spotting during pregnancy, especially during the first trimester, is often nothing to worry about.
Seek immediate medical attention if you bleed heavily during pregnancy. It can be a sign that the fertilized egg implanted in the fallopian tube rather than the uterus, which is called an ectopic pregnancy. It can also indicate a miscarriage. Your doctor will be able to help you figure out what’s causing any bleeding during pregnancy.
What Are the Treatment Options for Heavy or Irregular Menstrual Periods?
Treatment will depend on your overall health, the reason for your menstrual abnormalities, and your reproductive history and future plans.
Your doctor will also need to address any underlying medical conditions, such as thyroid dysfunction. Treatments may include the following.
Possible medication treatments your doctor may suggest including:
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen or naproxen, can reduce mild blood loss
- Iron supplements can treat anemia
- Hormone replacement injections can treat hormonal imbalances
- Oral contraceptives can regulate your cycle and shorten periods
NB: Cellgevity enhances Glutathione production in our body cells. Glutathione is anti-inflammatory and very rich in vitamin C that can help iron supplement in anemia treatment. Glutathione has proven to be very effective in balancing hormones.
You can work with your doctor to find alternatives if your irregularities are due to medications you are already taking.
Dilation and curettage, also known as D&C, is a procedure in which the doctor dilates your cervix and scrapes tissue from the lining of your uterus.
This is a fairly common procedure and generally cuts down on menstrual bleeding.
Surgery is a common treatment for cancerous tumors. Surgery is also an option to treat fibroids, but it’s not always necessary. Removal of polyps can occur using a hysteroscopy.
- Endometrial Ablation
Endometrial ablation is a procedure used in women who have had no success with medications to control heavy bleeding and related symptoms. In this procedure, the doctor will destroy the uterine lining, leaving little or no menstrual flow.
Endometrial resection removes the uterine lining. This procedure significantly decreases your chances of a future pregnancy, so women who plan on having children should discuss and consider other treatment options.
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus and cervix. This may be the preferred treatment for those with cancers or fibroids.
It can also treat endometriosis that hasn’t responded to other less invasive forms of treatment. A hysterectomy will end your ability to bear children. Your doctor will also remove your ovaries, if necessary. This results in premature menopause.
What Are the Complications Associated with Heavy or Irregular Menstrual Periods?
Heavy blood flow isn’t always a sign that something is wrong. However, excessive loss of blood can deplete the body’s supply of iron and cause anemia. A mild case of anemia can cause fatigue and weakness.
A more severe case can result in the following symptoms:
- shortness of breath
- rapid heart rate
A very heavy flow can also cause painful cramping, or dysmenorrhea, which sometimes requires medication.
Final Thoughts on Cellgevity and Menstruation
First of all, know that you can take Cellgevity during menstruation. It helps a ton!
A lot of people ask if it reverses menopause. Personally, I haven’t seen or heard about a case where Cellgevity helped reversed menopause.
But overall, this Max International supplement works greatly for life-threatening ailments.
Also bear it at the back of your mind that Cellgevity is a nutritional supplement. it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Cellgevity increases glutathione levels in cells and, if that happens, health can be greatly improved.