Kaleidoscope Collection Daily Women's Essentials Pak (30 packets)

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A unique combination of whole food vitamins and minerals, calcium to support bones, digestive enzymes, Ultimate Super Stress with Sensoril®, and Omega 3 fish oil designed specifically to support women’s health.*
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Daily essentials. For women it includes a purse, cell phone, lipstick and a Daily Women’s Essentials Pak. Supporting your health is as simple as this. Hi-Health’s Kaleidoscope® Daily Women’s Essentials Pak contains a unique combination of whole food vitamins and minerals, calcium to support bones, digestive enzymes, Ultimate Super Stress with Sensoril®, and Omega 3 fish oil designed specifically to support women’s health. *

Essential Whole Food Multivitamin for Women
A mega-potency multivitamin with energy-rich whole food concentrates derived from natural food sources with seven support complexes formulated specifically for women. It supports energy as well as promotes hormone and immune system health.*

Ultimate Calcium Plus
Combines 1200mg of calcium with Vitamin D3 to enhance its absorption to support healthy bone density and strength.*

Digestive Enzyme Complex
Aids in the absorption of nutrients and supports the breakdown of carbohydrates, protein, and fats supporting the conversion of food into energy.* Inadequate enzyme production may lead to digestive discomfort, gas, belly bloating, and low energy.*

Ultimate Super Stress with Sensoril®
An exclusive combination of vitamins and minerals with Sensoril® - a patented, all-natural, standardized extract of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) that is clinically proven to help relieve the negative effects of stress.* It provides balance and normalization from its adaptogenic properties derived from Ashwagandha.*

Ultimate Potency Omega-3 Fish Oil
A high potency of 1,000 mg of EPA and DHA extracted from cold water fish. Omega-3s supports brain, heart, joint, skin and eye health.*

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Disclaimer: The following content is provided by Aisle7 and is for informational purposes only. It is based on scientific studies, clinical experience, or usage as cited in each article. Hi-Health provides this information as a service but does not endorse it. In addition, Aisle7 does not recommend or endorse any specific products.

Women with Diabetes Need to Take Care of Reproductive Health

Women with Diabetes Need to Take Care of Reproductive Health
Women with Diabetes Need to Take Care of Reproductive Health: Main Image
Well-managed diabetes will support optimal reproductive function, and this in turn may support healthier pregnancies and children
For women with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, paying special attention to reproductive health is important. Well-managed diabetes will support optimal reproductive function, and this in turn may support healthier pregnancies and children.

What to watch out for

Compared with women in the general population, women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are more likely to experience sexual dysfunction, including:

  • decreased vaginal lubrication leading to painful intercourse, climax dysfunction, and decreased libido;
  • more frequent genital and urinary tract infections, such as vaginal yeast infections, due to poorly controlled blood sugar levels; and,
  • reduced clitoral stimulation due to vascular complications of diabetes.

If you have diabetes, work with your doctor prior to experiencing sexual or reproductive health issues, if possible. Be open and honest about what you do and don’t know about diabetes and its effects on reproductive health. Early diagnosis and treatment, along with well-planned preconception care can help protect the health of both mom and baby.

Get preventive screening and care

In some populations of women with diabetes, significantly fewer women with the condition receive recommended pap smears and mammograms compared with women without diabetes. The reasons why aren’t clear. Some may fear finding out that their diabetes isn’t as well-controlled as they’d hoped, while others may feel like diabetes is their most pressing, and only, health concern, and everything else is put on the back burner. Regardless of the reason, it’s important to take advantage of preventive health screening.

Benefits of screening are clear. For example, finding cervical cancer early—by getting regular pap smears—is the best way to work towards successful treatment. And while women with diabetes aren’t any more likely to be diagnosed with cervical cancer, some research suggests they may have worse outcomes with certain types of cervical cancers.

If you’re younger than 26, ask your doctor if you could benefit from the HPV vaccine as well. This vaccine can prevent infection with HPV (a virus), which is the cause of nearly all cervical cancer across the globe.

Monitoring and managing reproductive health with an eye on family planning

For women with diabetes, unintended pregnancies can be especially difficult, because if blood sugar isn’t well managed, it can increase the risk of pregnancy complications. Pregnancy itself can make blood sugar harder to control as well, so it pays to have an effective blood sugar management plan in place before trying to become pregnant.

When thinking about your future and family planning, the following factors are some important ways in which diabetes can affect reproductive health and fertility:

  • Women who have poorer control of their diabetes may be more likely to experience menstrual irregularities, which can make it harder to become pregnant.
  • Compared with other women, women with type 1 diabetes may go through menopause earlier, and have up to a 17% reduction in their childbearing years.
  • Women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes may be more likely to experience polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), an endocrine disease which can significantly decrease fertility.

Take home? Take charge!

The take home message? Diabetes can impact reproductive and sexual health, but it doesn’t have to. Knowing your body well, working with your doctor, knowing what to look out for, and identifying problems as soon as they occur will all go a long way to preserving your reproductive health and your well-being.

(Diabetes Voice 2009;54:21–24.)

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