Then I gave up weed and all hell broke loose about a week later…. I had the longest heaviest period I’ve ever had – flooding for 14 days during a 30 day bleed – so bad I went and had loads of tests at the hospital and no one could find anything wrong. After a few weeks it stopped, but then a month later it started again and with the exception of a few weeks here and there I’ve been bleeding constantly for 4 years and often its extremely heavy (flooding).
In what way did you ingest it?? Did you smoke or eat he cannabis.?
Further research is needed to verify the association between high-THC cannabis use and the blocking of a fertilised ovum from being implanted in the endometrium during the implantation window. Until then, to be on the safe side, users who want to get pregnant should probably cease use of cannabis at least 24 hours prior to their implantation window opening.
5. THC may affect embryo implantation in the uterus
I took 2 seeds about 3 months ago and that was the last time I saw my periods…how can I reverse it…I want my periods back
I was a daily smoker for the period of 2 years..I had a bit irregular menstruation, but with heavy bleeding and bad cramps – it usually came a few days later with almost 5 days of only light spotting, but bad PMS which sometimes begun two weeks before I started bleeding..the last summer my period came almost a month late, and this repeated again a second time before fall..in fall i stopped taking mariuhana completely and after three weeks off ganja came my first mensturation. No PMS, no prolonged light spotting as before, no cramps!! I’m now a second month off ganja and my second menstruation is as good as the one last month..coincidence or did marihuana really mess up my period before??
4. THC may decrease length of menstrual cycle
Thank you for your comment. We are sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, as Sensi Seeds is not a medical practice, we are not able to provide any advice relating to medical situations other than to consult your doctor or other licensed medical professional. This article, written specifically for healthcare providers who may not be aware of the many properties of cannabis, may be useful to you in talking with your doctor. You could also try to contact local medicinal cannabis support groups, if you have not already done so. In the UK, there is the United Patients Alliance (you can find them on Facebook) and in the US and EU there are many branches of NORML (google NORML followed by your area name). We hope this is helpful.
My mom suggests that I start taking CBD oil so i can menstruate and for fertility.
I’m afraid cbd oil might stop my period completely.
Since the rise of the CBD industry, many people have and will continue to benefit from it. Aside from pets and professional athletes, CBD can also help women have a less painful experience with their menstrual cramps. Despite all the great things CBD can provide to everyone, including animals, can CBD affect your menstrual cycle after using it?
Since you know the basics of CBD, you deserve a straight answer for this: no, using CBD for menstrual cramps will never affect your menstrual cycle since it only manages your body fluids, and these fluids will never interfere with your hormones no matter what age you are- thus, there are no complications that can happen between CBD oil and menstrual cycle.
There are many natural ways to treat your menstrual pain, and one of these is using CBD oil for PMS. Guardian Athletic’s Crampex is a soft gel that contains nano amplified CBD oil to treat your PMS. Not only will you have a less painful experience with your menstrual cramps, but Guardian’s soft gel CBD for PMS can help with mood swings. Since you can use CBD to treat stress and anxiety due to its pain-relieving properties, it can help relieve mood swings as well.