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More Female Athletes Talk About a Taboo: Their Periods

Too much of a good thing may not be good when it comes to your reproductive health.

Not ever having a period is usually solvable and losing your period to pregnancy, PCOS  and overweight issues makes sense. But amenorrhea associated with exercise, especially endurance sports, has always been an enigma until now.

So I thought I would do up a little step-by-step guide on what to do when your period is MIA (and you’re not preggo or have PCOS)...

1. Make peace with the fact that things need to change

This will be the hardest, and most important step that you need to make. The fact is, what you are currently doing is not working for you – you might…

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