So you’ve recovered from hypothalamic amenorrhea and gotten 3 periods back, now what?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions Lucy McConnell and I get when we do our weekly Q&A’s so we thought a podcast episode was in order to cover this topic in detail.
In this episode we discuss:
- What is considered normal cycle length after recovering your first period
- Longer cycles and fertility
- Common cycle symptoms in the first 3 recovery periods
- What to do after you get 3 recovery periods
- Returning to exercise safely – when and how to do it
- Nutrition after recovery – how much you need to eat and when to transition to intuitive eating
- Body size, weight gain and weight redistribution
- Psychological health and body image
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