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Old 09-12-2016, 11:34 AM
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Is there any way to speed up her cycle with the use of anything we have access to here in our little world? We have a vacation coming up, just the 2 of us, and it's looking like it'll be right smack dab in the middle of her period. Which would just suck something fierce . So she's trying to find ways to maybe speed it up so it'll come and go before we leave. Surely this isn't something too uncommon that's asked ? I need my super smart brainy brothers here to chime in and help me out! Lol. First romantic get away for my wife and I in a VERY long time, and it would just be a sad state of affairs to have to spend the whole time talking 😨🔫. Thanks for any help
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Old 09-12-2016, 12:21 PM
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Lol! I would imagine anything that speeds up blood flow. Working out, taking hot baths. Maybe there some foods that can help out as well.

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Old 09-12-2016, 12:31 PM
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Birth control can be used to manipulate periods
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Lol! I would imagine anything that speeds up blood flow. Working out, taking hot baths. Maybe there some foods that can help out as well.
Not going to help. Its hormones.

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Birth control can be used to manipulate periods
Yup, that works.

Some women also lose their period using AAS but that might be a bit much for just this unless she is already using.
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She's ran var before. I'm wanting to say it delayed her period but I'm not sure. Basically she needs to start like in 2 days, and she 2-3weeks in. �� I've got dbol and drol on me ,plus some test. But she won't let me stab her lol. Also got some clomid and stane but getting any sort of clear answer is impossible. I've read stuff about progesterone but she had a bad experience with it so who knows. May just be unavoidable. Daddy will need getting some new head phones

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[quote=MorganKane;2095155]Not going to help. Its hormones.

Make Early Plans

Good planning is essential. Once you are aware of your special night, event or situation, make it your goal, try to achieve it actively and start planning as early as possible. Make a calculation of your actual and expected start dates for your past and future periods to identify your baseline. You might notice that your period changes depending on your stress levels and individual hormones. Take this into account when attempting to make your period start sooner.
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Take Medications

Birth control pills: Some doctors recommend using these pills on a regular basis as one of the most common and very effective ways to regulate menstrual cycle, especially in women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). Females below the age of 35 are usually advised to take birth control pills for controlling their levels of estrogen, progesterone and androgen in the body. Taking contraceptive pills can help to get rid of acne, excessive hair growth and other symptoms caused by irregular periods.

Use aspirin: Once you've missed the first day of your period, crush up two aspirin into a 1/2 cup of water and add 1/2 tbs. sugar and 1/2 tbs. of honey. Drink the mixture to make your period come regularly.

Inject hormone: In some cases, doctors may administer hormone injections to stimulate the menstrual cycle, as opposed to using birth control pills regularly.

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Try Sex

Sexual activity increases blood flow to genitals and stimulates uterus to contract. After the sexual act the female genitals become relaxed, triggering the shedding of the uterine lining. Sexual intercourse can also be beneficial in another way: the hormones contained in male semen can help to soften the cervix and stimulate uterine contractions. Sex is one of the most pleasant answers to the question "how to make your period come faster".
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Make Use of Menstrual Synchrony

You should hang out with other females. Frequently close friends or even work colleagues synchronize their menstrual cycles, starting and ending their periods around the same time. This phenomenon, also known as menstrual synchrony, is not completely understood, but many women report success with it.
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Try Vitamin C

Vitamin C helps to produce estrogen in the body which can build the uterine lining, make uterus contract and cause menstrual bleeding. You can get high doses of vitamin C in supplements (3000mg of vitamin for 3 days) or natural sources such as orange, lemon, green tea or parsley. You can also try a cranberry juice. Make sure you are not pregnant before you start taking high doses of Vitamin C as it can lead to miscarriage.
6
Change Your Diet

Consider changing your diet to regulate your period. Firstly, avoid or at least reduce sodium consumption. Excess salt can lead to fluid retention in your body, which may worsen your menstrual bloating and swelling. Secondly, eat more foods that are rich in carotene, such as mustard, pumpkin, eggs, papaya, apricots, carrots, spinach, peaches, etc. These foods will help to make your period come faster.

Try the following recipe:

Mix and dissolve 1 teaspoon of jaggery powder and teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of water. Drink it 1 or 2 times per day for about two weeks before the expected date of the period. Both turmeric and jaggery tend to increase body heat leading to earlier menstrual cycle.

Celery stalks and leaves contain apiol, a natural substance known to stimulate contractions of the uterus. Celery is also what's called an emmenagogic food, a food that's been reported to stimulate blood flow in the pelvis and uterus and believed to stimulate menstruation.

Include more red meat in your diet, as it has heating properties, and thus might speed up your period.

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Drink Ginger Tea

Ginger tea might help you to make your period come faster. Drink 2 or more cups of strong ginger tea at the expected day of your period or after it is due. This method should make your menstrual bleeding start in few days. But ginger tea may cause restlessness and hot flashes in some women.
8
Apply Hot Compress

Hot compress applied over your lower abdomen will heat up your body and make your menstruation start earlier. A heating pad or a hot water bottle is good choice. Alternatively, you can try sitting or lying in a hot bath tub for around 30 minutes daily for few days. Drink lukewarm water during these days will also help.
9
Do Exercise

According to studies, women who exercise to the fullest extent have much lower levels of estradiol, a sex hormone that helps to keep the body from ovulating and maintains a regular menstrual cycle.
10
Relieve Stress

Stress can make your periods more painful and affect your menstrual cycle in many ways: change its duration or delay it. Affected by stress, your body releases hormones cortisol and adrenaline which prevent the release of your fertility hormones and disrupt your menstrual cycle. Learn to manage your stress by exercising regularly, daily walks or deep breathing sessions will help in solving the issue "how to make your period come faster".
11
Maintain Healthy Weight

Women who have too many fat cells in their bodies tend to have too much estrogen circulating. On the other hand, skinny females may not have enough estrogen levels to support their menstrual cycle. Both too much and too little estrogen in woman’s body can lead the hormonal feedback loop to function abnormally and cause menstrual irregularities.
http://www.enkivillage.com/how-to-ma...me-faster.html
http://www.livestrong.com/article/35...issed-periods/

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Old 09-12-2016, 09:02 PM
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i have seen t3 after use push back the onset of periods and throw them out of wack for weeks this is something i have seen first hand but would not know how long to use prior to to help ya out good luck
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Old 09-12-2016, 09:20 PM
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Not going to help. Its hormones.

Make Early Plans

Good planning is essential. Once you are aware of your special night, event or situation, make it your goal, try to achieve it actively and start planning as early as possible. Make a calculation of your actual and expected start dates for your past and future periods to identify your baseline. You might notice that your period changes depending on your stress levels and individual hormones. Take this into account when attempting to make your period start sooner.
2
Take Medications

Birth control pills: Some doctors recommend using these pills on a regular basis as one of the most common and very effective ways to regulate menstrual cycle, especially in women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). Females below the age of 35 are usually advised to take birth control pills for controlling their levels of estrogen, progesterone and androgen in the body. Taking contraceptive pills can help to get rid of acne, excessive hair growth and other symptoms caused by irregular periods.

Use aspirin: Once you've missed the first day of your period, crush up two aspirin into a 1/2 cup of water and add 1/2 tbs. sugar and 1/2 tbs. of honey. Drink the mixture to make your period come regularly.

Inject hormone: In some cases, doctors may administer hormone injections to stimulate the menstrual cycle, as opposed to using birth control pills regularly.

3
Try Sex

Sexual activity increases blood flow to genitals and stimulates uterus to contract. After the sexual act the female genitals become relaxed, triggering the shedding of the uterine lining. Sexual intercourse can also be beneficial in another way: the hormones contained in male semen can help to soften the cervix and stimulate uterine contractions. Sex is one of the most pleasant answers to the question "how to make your period come faster".
4
Make Use of Menstrual Synchrony

You should hang out with other females. Frequently close friends or even work colleagues synchronize their menstrual cycles, starting and ending their periods around the same time. This phenomenon, also known as menstrual synchrony, is not completely understood, but many women report success with it.
5
Try Vitamin C

Vitamin C helps to produce estrogen in the body which can build the uterine lining, make uterus contract and cause menstrual bleeding. You can get high doses of vitamin C in supplements (3000mg of vitamin for 3 days) or natural sources such as orange, lemon, green tea or parsley. You can also try a cranberry juice. Make sure you are not pregnant before you start taking high doses of Vitamin C as it can lead to miscarriage.
6
Change Your Diet

Consider changing your diet to regulate your period. Firstly, avoid or at least reduce sodium consumption. Excess salt can lead to fluid retention in your body, which may worsen your menstrual bloating and swelling. Secondly, eat more foods that are rich in carotene, such as mustard, pumpkin, eggs, papaya, apricots, carrots, spinach, peaches, etc. These foods will help to make your period come faster.

Try the following recipe:

Mix and dissolve 1 teaspoon of jaggery powder and teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of water. Drink it 1 or 2 times per day for about two weeks before the expected date of the period. Both turmeric and jaggery tend to increase body heat leading to earlier menstrual cycle.

Celery stalks and leaves contain apiol, a natural substance known to stimulate contractions of the uterus. Celery is also what's called an emmenagogic food, a food that's been reported to stimulate blood flow in the pelvis and uterus and believed to stimulate menstruation.

Include more red meat in your diet, as it has heating properties, and thus might speed up your period.

7
Drink Ginger Tea

Ginger tea might help you to make your period come faster. Drink 2 or more cups of strong ginger tea at the expected day of your period or after it is due. This method should make your menstrual bleeding start in few days. But ginger tea may cause restlessness and hot flashes in some women.
8
Apply Hot Compress

Hot compress applied over your lower abdomen will heat up your body and make your menstruation start earlier. A heating pad or a hot water bottle is good choice. Alternatively, you can try sitting or lying in a hot bath tub for around 30 minutes daily for few days. Drink lukewarm water during these days will also help.
9
Do Exercise

According to studies, women who exercise to the fullest extent have much lower levels of estradiol, a sex hormone that helps to keep the body from ovulating and maintains a regular menstrual cycle.
10
Relieve Stress

Stress can make your periods more painful and affect your menstrual cycle in many ways: change its duration or delay it. Affected by stress, your body releases hormones cortisol and adrenaline which prevent the release of your fertility hormones and disrupt your menstrual cycle. Learn to manage your stress by exercising regularly, daily walks or deep breathing sessions will help in solving the issue "how to make your period come faster".
11
Maintain Healthy Weight

Women who have too many fat cells in their bodies tend to have too much estrogen circulating. On the other hand, skinny females may not have enough estrogen levels to support their menstrual cycle. Both too much and too little estrogen in woman’s body can lead the hormonal feedback loop to function abnormally and cause menstrual irregularities.
http://www.enkivillage.com/how-to-ma...me-faster.html
http://www.livestrong.com/article/35...issed-periods/
LOL that's awesome you found that. We read that a few weeks ago and she been doing half of those things Like drinking the tea and stuff. That's funny. Thanks brother

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Lol no problem. If I was in your shoes I'd be asking olm and be all over the Internet looking for ways too. Have a great vacation brother!
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Old 09-13-2016, 08:29 AM
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If shes on birth control pills tell her to skip the 4th week placebo pills and start a new pack on day 22.
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National blow job vacation. Think about it
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My wife is on Test Cyp 50mg a week and she hasnt had a period in 4 months. She quit having them after being on for two months. She has no testosterone levels so she is able to stay on all the time. Our doctor tested hers and birth control pills messed up her hormones. Her test levels were Zero. Now there around 300
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