Coming Off The Pill Mini-Course
Coming off the pill (or having an IUD removed) sounds easy, right?
Whether you’re getting ready to have a baby, switching to a more natural contraceptive option, or tired of dealing with the side effects, the solution seems like simply stop taking the pill/take the IUD out.
You throw your blister packs in the garbge and ride off into the sunset on a unicorn with Beyonce by your side #whoruntheworld
Time for a reality check my friend.
There are 2 common (but unpleasant) outcomes with this approach:
- You feel the “niggle” to come off the pill or remove your hormonal IUD but the fear of your period or skin problems coming back again produces anxiety (plus you’re not even sure what alternative options you have)
- You take the leap of faith and come off the pill (or have your hormonal IUD removed). Then your periods, mood, skin or libido are instantly on struggle street. You start panicking that the only solution is to go back on the pill again (but you don’t want to)
Here’s the thing…
MANY women are prescribed the pill to “fix” period or skin problems but all hormonal birth control does is mask your symptoms.
For many women coming off the pill can cause these same pre-pill issues to return with a nasty vengeance. UNLESS you prepare your body properly and know how to support this process you’re going to end up back at square one.
Seeing women trapped in an emotional cycle of feeling cornered into suppressing their hormones when they really want to do the right thing for their bodies is heartbreaking, especially when its come from a place of not having ALL of the information to truly make an informed choice.
The good news is that there is an answer, and it’s a step-by-step process that anyone can follow...
In this mini-course I share the exact same foundations I teach my clients when they’re planning to come off the pill or have their hormonal IUD (such as a Mirena) removed.
Coming Off The Pill Mini-CourseSelf Guided, All Online
Lifetime Access to the Program Content and Future Updates
Ideal timing for coming off the pill or having your IUD removed and what to expect
The best nutritional supplements, foods and therapeutic herbal teas to support your transition
A range of holistic contraceptive options, their effectiveness, and the pros and cons of each for your situation
7x unique, NKD-approved hormone balancing recipes to get you started on the right track
Personal brand recommendations handout for some of my fave hormone-balancing food products