Frequently Asked Questions

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She Syncs 101

How do I access the guides?


The guides are digital and can be read on-the-go on any device, so you never have to worry about memorizing any of the content. Simply pull up the She Syncs Network on your mobile device, tablet, or laptop and head to the guide content! After completing the checkout process, we’ll immediately email you with instructions on how to create your profile and access your guides (it takes less than 30 seconds!).

If you’ve made a purchase and cannot find an email from us, please try the following:

  • Make sure to check the same email account that you used at checkout.
  • Check your spam, trash, and promotions folders.
  • Search your inbox for “She Syncs.”
  • Wait 15 minutes and check again. Although you should receive the email instantly, on rare occasions it can take up to 15 minutes.

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Which content should I read first?


We highly recommend that you complete the guides in the order they’re presented in the She Syncs Network. So, you should start by completing the Treatment Guide. It provides the background information you need to understand the rest of the guides, and will give you direction on how to approach your healing journey.

We suggest that you implement the information provided in the guides over a six-month timespan – using the supplementary guides and bonuses as support.

Can I buy PDF or paperback versions of the guides?


Not at this time. The guides are only available inside the She Syncs Network. But you can access them easily from any phone, tablet, or desktop.

Why don't you provide this information for free? What if I can't afford the guides?


We strongly believe that our guides will help anyone looking to balance their hormones and heal from reproductive and menstrual issues. Therefore, we’re committed to making sure that this information can reach as many people as possible.

In order to do this, it’s crucial that we have a sustainable business model, and that means charging a fair price for our guides. The support of our customers from around the world is what allows us to keep the guides up-to-date, expand what we offer, spread the word, create awareness, and assist all those who reach out to us with questions (customers and non-customers alike).

We also believe in women supporting women and are committed to paying fair wages to our writers and collaborators, who make what we offer unique. We, as a company, value their time and expertise, and we care deeply about the quality of the content we put out into the world.

We do not utilize sponsorships, affiliate links, brand collaborations, Patreon, or paid ad revenue to generate income, as is the case with much of the other content that appears “free” online. She Syncs is a team effort, and therefore charging for our guides is necessary in order to work with and support our expert writers and collaborators, including medical doctors and registered dietitians.

In terms of your own health, it’s important to consider that you will get out of our guides what you put into them. Making a financial investment in your health means that you are attaching real value to your healing journey.

If you are in a situation where you feel that your health and well-being would benefit from our guides and you are ready to make a commitment to yourself to heal, but you are unable to make the financial investment, we encourage you to apply through our scholarship program.

Is there a money-back guarantee? How does it work?


We truly want to make a difference in your health and life, and give you time to put our guidance into practice. Starting from the date of your bundle purchase, you’ll have a full 90 days to read and absorb the content, and begin implementing the suggestions provided.

If you’re less than satisfied with your purchase within the first 90 days, simply follow the instructions provided in our 90-Day Money-Back Guarantee for a full refund. Once your refund is approved, it will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment within 10 business days.

Healing Hormones

When will I see results?


Many people start to feel better within the first few weeks (sometimes even days!) of making lifestyle and dietary changes. You may notice a significant improvement in your symptoms – such as stabilized moods, a regular cycle, increased energy, and almost pain-free periods – in the first three to six months after working with your doctors and implementing the suggested changes.

However, it’s important to remember that everyone is unique, and each individual’s journey will be different. Your timeframe for results depends on your specific symptoms and hormonal imbalances, and how you implement (and stick to!) the suggestions and changes that are recommended. As you work through the guides, you can expect to see incremental results, while your body works toward balance both inside and out.

For some symptoms, like mood swings related to blood sugar imbalances, you may notice a big difference relatively quickly after making dietary changes. The same goes for sleep. By prioritizing your sleep, you’ll likely experience better sleep quality fairly quickly. On the other hand, symptoms like acne, excess hair growth, and painful periods can take more time to improve, as it takes time for underlying hormonal imbalances to level out.

For the absolute best results, we recommend committing to implementing the changes from these guides for at least six months. It’s important to fully commit to your healing journey. Our recommendations may include things like tracking your cycle, finding a medical doctor to work with, getting testing done, and crafting a personalized supplement plan, as well as actually making changes.

During your first six months, you can expect lots of symptoms to improve, like blood sugar imbalances, energy levels, and digestive issues.

During the following 3-6 months, you can expect to see changes related to rebalancing hormones, such as having a regular cycle and finally experiencing pain-free periods!

Remember: Completing the guides is the first step, but actually implementing the suggestions is where the real work (and magic!) happens.

I have PCOS, endometriosis, and PMS symptoms. Which bundle is right for me?


Statistically, it’s common for PCOS, endometriosis, PMS, and other such conditions to overlap. While these conditions affect different areas of the reproductive system and cause different symptoms, one thing they often have in common is estrogen dominance––too much estrogen relative to levels of progesterone.

So, whether you have a specific diagnosis or not, it’s crucial to connect the dots and understand how excess estrogen — as well as other hormonal imbalances — fuels your symptoms.

The good news is that regardless of the specific symptoms or conditions you have, the components of your healing, including addressing your treatment, lifestyle, and diet, are all the same.

This is because the symptoms of excess estrogen and other hormonal imbalances develop from the same root causes. These root causes result from a combination of various genetic, lifestyle, and dietary factors.

As such, all of our bundles contain the same core information and holistic approach to healing. However, each bundle features condition-specific advice (while still providing information about the other conditions, for those who need it).

For example, if you have the PCOS Expert Bundle and Treatment Guide, the content in the diagnostics section focuses on diagnosing PCOS. However, further into the guide, endometriosis is discussed in case you also would like to learn more about endometriosis.

All that being said, following the information in each bundle will lead to the same results: more confidence, radiance, and better health. Each bundle is designed to empower you to take action and feel better in your body.


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2. Kichuova, D. (1996). Polycystic ovaries in association with pelvic endometriosis in infertile women diagnosed by laparoscopy. Folia Med (Plovdiv), 38(3-4), 71-3.
3. Hoch, K. J., Savaris, R. F., Forstein, D. A., Higdon, H. L., Likes, C., & Lessey, B. A. (2014). Coexistence of polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis in women with infertility. Journal of Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain Disorders, 6(2), 78-83.

Will I still benefit from the guides if I don't have an official diagnosis?


Of course! The guides contain useful information for anyone interested in balancing their hormones. Whether you’re starting to look into your condition or you’ve been recently diagnosed, the Treatment Guide breaks down how to find the right doctor for you and the specific tests to ask for so that you can get a clear picture of your hormonal and overall health. Plus, the suggested diet and lifestyle changes will help you balance your hormones, regardless of whether or not you have a diagnosis.

I don’t have a medical background. Will I understand the guides?


Absolutely. The guides are written in a way that gives you the information you need, in simple, easy-to-understand language. The guides contain a lot of information that may be new to you, so don’t stress if it doesn’t all click right away. Take your time reading through the guides, and let yourself digest the information. You might want to re-read certain sections or go back and reference information from other sections of the guides. This is completely normal and will help you process the information in a way that makes sense for you.

What’s the difference between “treatment” and “healing”?


By “treatment” we are referring to treatment from a doctor. Whereas throughout the guides, we use the words “healing journey” to encompass diet and lifestyle.

When it comes to the content of our guides, the Treatment Guide covers hormones, root causes of hormonal imbalances and a detailed breakdown of the phases of the menstrual cycle. It also discusses how to work with a conventional GP or OBGYN for a diagnosis and treatment. Lastly, the Treatment Guide covers how to work with an MD with a function/holistic approach to further identify and treat root causes.

While the Treatment Guide touches on lifestyle and diet, and how those factors impact our hormones, we delve into these topics in even greater detail in our Lifestyle and Diet Guides. The Lifestyle Guide covers sleep, stress management, the benefits of a low-tox lifestyle, and natural detoxification methods.

The Diet Guide explores the complexities of diet culture. It will help you understand hormones and weight, how to eat for nutrient density, potential symptom-provoking foods, insights into popular diets and their drawbacks, mindful eating, and guidance on working with a dietitian for an elimination diet.

What is Functional Medicine?


Functional medicine means taking an approach that focuses on finding and treating the root cause of an illness, rather than simply treating symptoms. Every person is treated as an individual in functional medicine, instead of a textbook case. The term “functional medicine doctor” used throughout these guides refers to:

Medical doctors (MDs) who are either certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine or the Kresser Institute as a functional medicine practitioner


MDs who offer a functional, integrative, or holistic approach to healing

Like functional medicine, integrative medicine doctors are typically MDs with additional certifications. They focus on combining conventional and alternative methods holistically, to help the body heal itself. A “holistic medical doctor” is not necessarily a certification but rather a title for an MD who aims to treat the root causes of diseases through diet and lifestyle modifications, much the same as a functional or integrative medical doctor. While there are an abundance of medical professionals available to you throughout your healing journey, it is vital to work with a medical doctor alongside other professionals.

For the purposes of our guides, “integrative” is defined as the combined use of traditional and alternative approaches to treatment, and “holistic” is defined as a whole-body approach. Both are synonymous with functional medicine.

Hormone-Friendly Lifestyle

What is a "hormone-friendly" lifestyle?


A “hormone-friendly” lifestyle simply means that you are living in a way that supports hormonal balance. For example, when it comes to movement, you can support hormonal balance by considering the types and durations of your workouts, preventing excessive stress on your body, prioritizing rest and recovery, and listening to and honoring your body.

What does “lifestyle change” really mean?


While a lifestyle change may sound intimidating, it simply means modifying aspects of your life that you can control. These changes are not meant to be a “quick fix” but are implemented to create a long-term positive benefit. They are typically small and often incremental changes to your daily routine that have lasting effects.

Lifestyle adjustments may change as you progress on your healing journey. As your symptoms improve, your needs will change. So what works for you initially, may need adjusting later. While consistency is key, it’s important to remember that your needs are constantly changing. Listen to your body and adjust your lifestyle and routines accordingly.

Should I ignore suggestions about ovulation and fertility if I don’t want a baby now (or ever)?


Throughout the guides, ovulation and increased fertility are often mentioned as the desired results of lifestyle changes. Regardless of whether or not you want to get pregnant, now or in the future, it’s important to understand that regular ovulation is still good and healthy for you. It’s a key sign that your hormones are balanced and in good reproductive health. Regular cycles are a significant indicator of general overall health, regardless of your family planning goals.

So whatever symptoms you’re struggling with — be it acne, weight gain, or excess hair growth — getting to the root of your issues, getting your ovulation back on track, and boosting your fertility are all key to regaining your hormonal balance and overall health.

Hormone-Friendly Diet

Why is food important for healing hormones?


Along with lifestyle factors, food is one of the biggest contributors to your health and well-being, especially hormonal imbalances. The foods you choose, as well as how you feel about them, matter. When you consume foods that aren’t making your body (or your mind) feel good, it can cause or aggravate hormonal imbalances. This guide is designed to help you understand how to find the foods that feel good for you and identify the ones that may trigger unnecessary inflammation or stress.

How do I know which way of eating is right for me?


We believe in cultivating an eating style that is based on conscious, informed decisions, rather than a rigid, specific diet. Every person is genetically and biochemically unique and therefore should tailor their food intake to their needs. As your body may not respond to food the same way someone else’s body does, our guides will help you understand how certain foods can impact your body. You will learn how to build your nutrition strategy around a variety of foods that make you feel good. Ultimately, how you choose to nourish yourself is personal, and you should always do what feels right for you.

Will the guides help me lose weight?


The focus of our guides is not on weight but rather on how your food decisions can make you feel. That said, we understand and acknowledge that many people want to lose weight, so our guides provide specific guidance – whether your goal is to lose, gain, or maintain weight. Choosing nourishing foods and eating mindfully will, over time, shift your body toward a weight that supports hormonal balance and fertility for you. The suggestions in our guides can help you reach your goals no matter where your body weight currently is.

Hi! I’m Bailey, founder of She Syncs.

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