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I tend to get moderate menstrual cramps. They have definitely decreased in severity since I started recovery, but I find it very difficult to read my hunger cues when I feel a constant pain in my core. Any advice?

Shine on you crazy diamond

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I wish I could help lovely

I wish I could help lovely but I have only had 4 periods in 2 years so I can't recognise any patterns.

The only advice I can suggest is that if you can't read your hunger cues then use your best guess & experience. Eat similar portions to the days around your period & trust that your body will adjust and you will be more or less hungry afterwards...

Sending lots of strength & luck to help you during a tricky time xxx


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