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Introducing The Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week

To give you some perspective, it is estimated that 100 million women worldwide currently use hormonal birth control...

...And almost 60% use it for reasons other than birth control.

We’re talking some serious “band-aid” medicine for conditions that have a root cause.

Clinically, Dr. Jolene Brighten has found the majority of women struggle to break up with birth control and often develop a condition known as Post-Birth Control Syndrome (PBCS).

Women are fearful to stop. And they feel trapped, as their doctor tells them this is the only solution available for their symptoms.

And worse, they are told that their symptoms of PBCS are not real and that their only solution is to get back on birth control.

This is a huge disservice to women and they (we) deserve better.

In her medical practice she has helped thousands of women eliminate PBCS and successfully transition off of hormonal birth control...

Within this Awareness Week in November, we are going to  offer women resources, knowledge, but maybe more importantly, hope.

Get signed up to help us bring awareness to this very important health issue.

Schedule

Promo window: 10/21-11/4
Awareness Week: 11/5-11/11
Encore Weekend: 11/17 & 11/18
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Payout Information

Products sold during this campaign range from $47 to $127 depending on which package each customer selects. Commissions will be 50% of gross sales per referred customer with a cookie length of 90 days. There will be up sells and down sells offered to your leads in order to optimize your earnings.

Email & Social Swipe

Use the creative below in your promotion of this event!

The Optin Page is LIVE at https://drbrighten.com/pbcsawareness

Option 1: Suggested

A // Important hormone info [for women only]
B // Is birth control really the only solution?
C // Solutions to your hormone imbalance

No time to read this email? Join the FREE online hormone conference that will give you the answers to the most common hormone issues women experience.

>>>Save Your Seat Here<<< <LINK>

Hi First Name,

If you’ve been struggling with acne, PMS, PCOS, hot flashes, mood swings, low libido, hormonal headaches, period pain, infertility, fatigue, brain fog, or any of the other myriad of hormonal symptoms that keep women from feeling their best, then I want to invite you to join a very special online hormone conference that is also raising awareness about Post-Birth Control Syndrome and birth control related side effects.

And maybe your doctor has recommended hormonal birth control as the only solution to your hormone imbalances.

You’re not alone. In fact, about 58% of women using hormonal birth control are given to treat symptoms, not prevent pregnancy.

Crazy, right!?!

Because the story in women’s medicine goes...
You have PMS? Take birth control.
You have painful periods? Take birth control.
You have hormonal headaches? Take birth control.
You have acne? Take birth control.

And then the side effects creep in... depression, loss of libido, yeast infections, gut symptoms, fatigue, and more.

Sadly, this is when women are either passed a new medication, outright dismissed for having symptoms or maybe switched to a different type of contraception.

There is a better way to balance hormones and my good friend, Dr. Jolene Brighten, has brought together the leading experts in women’s health in over 50 classes all so you can optimize your hormone health naturally and stay safe if you are on birth control.

I know you will find the answers to the hormone questions you have during this event.

>>>Save Your Seat Here<<< <LINK>

And to make it easy for you to find the exact information you need, there are 6 speaker tracks...

  1. Track 1: Post-Birth Control Syndrome
    Off birth control and now your hormones are worse than when you started? Find out what to do to bring your hormones back into balance.
  2. Track 2: Resolving Skin Problems and Preventing Breakouts:
    If acne, eczema, rashes or chronic yeast infections is your core problem since starting or stopping birth control we’ll cover what you can do about both here.
  3. Track 3: Reversing Period Problems
    So your doc told you the only hope to “fix” your period problems is birth control? Heavy periods? Painful periods? Missing periods? Unpredictable periods? This track will help you get your period back to normal.
  4. Track 4: Prevent Birth Control Side Effects
    This track will help you understand why birth control causes the side effects it does and what you can do about it -- whether you plan to stay on birth control or come off. Girl, I’ve got you.
  5. Track 5: Recover Libido and Fertility
    If your libido or fertility have been off since your experience with birth control, this track reveals why, what you can do about it and how you can finally get “in the mood” again.
  6. Track 6: Cancer, Mood and Metabolism
    You may have heard about the studies that link birth control to cancer, mood disorders and a break down in women’s metabolism. Truth is, a lot of women struggle with their weight from the day they begin birth control. This track will address what you can do about these things with the most up-to-date research.

There are incredible doctors, researchers, and health advocates who are dedicated to helping you eliminate unwanted hormone symptoms, get the full story about birth control side effects, and are ready to support you no matter if you want use birth control or stop.

Because we all deserve the right to choose for ourselves and be supported in that decision.

Dr. Kelly Brogan, Dr. Izabella Wentz, Dr. Lara Briden, Dr. Ben Lynch, Katie Wells, Steph Gaudreau, Dr. Carrie Jones, Dr. Alan Christianson, Magdalena Wszelaki, and Amy Medling are a few of the incredible class instructors you’ll be able to learn from during this free event.

Together we are teaching women what those hormone symptoms mean, what to do about them, and how to…

> Get clear, glowing skin
> Eliminate PMS, PBCS, and what to do for PCOS
> Make that period pain go bye-bye for good
> Increase your fertility and have a baby when you're ready
> Live a breast cancer prevention lifestyle
> Get to the root of anxiety, depression, and mood swings

Plus, there are over $2,000 in giveaways during the event week that you can win!

This life changing information is free to online beginning 11/5. Hope to see you there!

>>>Save Your Seat Here<<< <LINK>

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P.S. Together, we can change women’s medicine for the better. Please consider forwarding this email to at least 2 friends who need hormone support now.

Option 2: Influencer

A // OMG -- I never heard of this but so many women have it
B // Post-Birth Control Syndrome: Avoid it. Heal from it.

I just didn’t know this affected so many women. Or that so many of the women I love (including myself) might be at risk.

In a recent conversation with my friend Dr. Jolene Brighten, I learned that every woman who has used hormonal birth control is at risk for Post-Birth Control Syndrome.

PBCS is defined by Dr. Brighten as…”the collection of disruptive symptoms women face once they’ve concluded the use of hormonal birth control.” <LINK>

Women may struggle with any of the following since starting or getting off birth control:

  • Headaches
  • Hair loss
  • Libido loss
  • Mood swings
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Chronic yeast infections
  • Chronic UTIs
  • Cystic acne, outbreaks, and rashes
  • Irregular or nonexistent periods
  • Painful or heavy periods

And the most heartbreaking part? PBCS can make it impossible to have children on your own once you’ve stopped birth control. Know anyone struggling to conceive? This could be why.

To help women everywhere, Dr. Brighten is hosting Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week November 5-11, 2018. <LINK>

During this special week, you can take online classes (without paying anything) to learn more about PBCS, how to heal it and how to avoid it.

Because this is so critically important and because over 90% of women will take birth control at some point in their life, I’m going to ask you to do something I rarely do: share this.

Together we can put an end to the silent suffering women face and we can let women everywhere know that it’s not “all in her head.”

Learn more and sign up for Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week here. <LINK>

Your sign off,

Your Name

P.S. If things haven’t been the same since you started or got off birth control, learn why and natural solutions during Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week. <LINK>

Option 3: For Provider/Practitioner/Physicians with a list

A // Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week
B // The most important thing I’ve EVER shared (critical hormone info)

If your life has been touched by birth control you need to hear this, First Name.

There’s an emerging epidemic facing women globally when they stop taking hormonal birth control.

This epidemic causes major challenges for women’s hormones including hair loss, weight gain, mood swings, anxiety, insomnia, libido loss, cystic acne, and digestive disorders.

Even worse -- it’s preventing women who want to have children from doing so -- it forces their reliance on further medical intervention.

This epidemic is called Post-Birth Control Syndrome (PBCS). <LINK>

Who’s affected and how to know if you’re at risk:

PBCS is defined by Dr. Jolene Brighten (the physician who first identified the syndrome) as

the collection of disruptive symptoms women face once they’ve concluded the use of hormonal birth control.”


These symptoms can include but are not limited to:

  • Headaches
  • Hair loss
  • Libido loss
  • Mood swings
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Chronic yeast infections and UTIs
  • Cystic acne, outbreaks, and rashes
  • Irregular or nonexistent periods
  • Infertility, difficulty conceiving
  • Painful, heavy periods

If you or a woman you love has experienced any of these symptoms since getting on or off hormonal birth control, there is a chance that PBCS is the cause.

The longer the exposure to hormonal birth control, the higher the risk.

PBCS can be reversed.

Post-Birth Control Syndrome can be reversed, First Name. Dr. Brighten has developed a treatment protocol (The Brighten Protocol) for women’s hormones that not only reverses PBCS but also balances women’s intricate hormonal matrix for healthy, normal periods and fertility.

Learn more with Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week classes.
Dr. Brighten is hosting the first annual Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week <LINK> November 5-11, 2018.

This week is full of free online classes <LINK> that will help you reverse this syndrome and heal your own body. You’ll also learn things like:

  • Questions you should ask your doctor about birth control
  • How to prevent the side effects of birth control if you’re already on it
  • Natural fertility and contraceptive methods so you don’t have to rely on pharmaceuticals
  • How to reverse PBCS if you have it

Spread the word: the symptoms aren’t “all in your head.”

If you know a woman whose life has been touched by hormonal birth control, please forward this email to her. When we have the tools to name the problem, we can take action to reverse it.

But most women don’t know about PBCS -- yet. And many suffer in silence, never telling friends or family about their symptoms because their doctors have told them it’s “all in her head.”

It’s not all in her head. PBCS is real and can harm a woman’s health if left untreated.

Will you forward this email and send this to at least two women? Together, we can fight PBCS and make it possible for women to heal.

Your sign off,

Your Name

Option 4: To lists of Providers/Practitioners/Physicians

A // If you regularly treat women with birth control, read this.
B // Don’t prescribe more birth control without reading this.
C // What we weren’t told about birth control
D // First Name, heard of Post-Birth Control Syndrome?

Hi First Name,

Do you have patients who’ve experienced unusual responses to hormonal birth control?

Have you met patients with excessive fear and worry about using it?

Have you wondered about it yourself but lacked the time to research it given your hectic schedule?

If you prefer to provide natural solutions and root cause solutions to your patients, then you’re invited to join Dr. Jolene Brighten, Women’s Health Expert and leading authority on Post-Birth Control Syndrome as she marks the first Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week November 5-11, 2018. <LINK>

The truth is there isn’t enough information shared with providers about the impact of hormonal birth control -- so we find patients back in our offices needing to switch birth control or come off it all together without real clarity about why.

We see patterns emerge but we’re not always sure what they mean about the drugs themselves or about the women's hormones we’re treating.

Why were we told side effects were rare but then regularly see women who question whether their reactions are “normal”?

Why were we never told how hormonal birth control could make symptoms worse -- before we prescribe them?

The emerging pattern we’re seeing is what Dr. Brighten has termed Post-Birth Control Syndrome. Her research defines this as ”the collection of disruptive symptoms women face once they’ve concluded the use of hormonal birth control.”

Post-Birth Control Syndrome (PBCS) can be reversed, First Name. Dr. Brighten has developed a treatment protocol (The Brighten Protocol) for women’s hormones that not only reverses PBCS but also balances women’s hormonal matrix for healthy, normal periods and natural fertility.

Dr. Jolene Brighten is the founder of 3 health clinics, and currently practices in Oakland, CA and Portland, OR. She’s the medical director of 3 sister clinics, Rubus Health. She’s the author of the groundbreaking book, Beyond the Pill, aimed at empowering women to protect their body on the pill and addressing the devastating effects of Post-Birth Control Syndrome.

You can learn more about Dr. Brighten and Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness Week here. <LINK>

The Awareness Week content she’s developed will focus on reversing and avoiding the symptoms of PBCS naturally. The practitioners she’s interviewing have each been carefully curated and vetted to provide the most cutting edge solutions they’ve actually seen WORK with clients and patients in practice.

I know you’re busy, so when you sign up and purchase the entire event <LINK> you’ll receive both video and audio for your convenience to help you get the information you need to help your patients and understand how PBCS works.

Please pass this along to any practitioner or physician you know who works with women on hormonal birth control. Raising awareness is the first step toward allowing physicians to do what they do best: heal people through the practice of medicine.

But we can’t do our job well unless we have adequate information.

Sign up to learn more about PBCS here <LINK>,

Your sign off,

Your Name

P.S. The first Post-Birth Control Syndrome Awareness week will be held November 5-11, First Name. <LINK> There will be six days of complementary and educational content that will help you better understand the challenges facing women who use hormonal birth control. Please pass this along to any practitioner working with women using these drugs.

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Our Speakers

Dr. Jolene Brighten
Dr. Alan Christianson
Amy Medling
Dr. Anna Cabeca
Dr. Anthony Youn
Dr. Aumatma Shah
Dr. Ben Lynch
Dr. Carrie Jones
Dr. Christine Schaffner
Dana Trentini
Dr. Daniel Pompa
Razi Berry
Dr. Fiona McCulloch
Dr. Gabrielle Lyon
Isa Herrera
Dr. Izabella Wentz
Jason Prall
Jenn Pike
Jennifer Fugo
Dr. Jessica Drummond
JJ Virgin
Dr. Katherine Zagone
Katie Wells
Dr. Kelly Brogan
Kiran Krishnan
Lara Adler
Dr. Lara Briden
Laura Schoenfeld
Laurie King
Magdalena Wszelaki
Mallory Leone
Dr. Mariza Snyder
Dr. Maya Shetreat
Melissa Ramos
Natalie Kringoudis
Nicole Harlow
Nicole Jardim
FG Dr. Pamela Langenderfer
Rachael Pontillo
Dr. Sara DeFrancesco
Dr. Shawn Tassone
Steph Gaudreau
Dr. Stephanie Estima
Stephanie Greunke
Summer Bock
Theresa Depasquale
Dr. Trevor Cates
Wendy Myers
Dr. Veronique Desaulniers
Dr. Vincent Pedre
Andrea Nakayama
Dr. Jessica Peatross
Autumn Smith
Rachel Pachivas

Meet Your Host

Dr. Jolene Brighten is a Functional Medicine Naturopathic Medical Doctor and the founder of Rubus Health, a women’s medicine clinic that specializes in women's hormones. She is recognized as a leading expert in Post-Birth Control Syndrome and the long-term side effects associated with hormonal contraceptives. Dr. Brighten is the best selling author, speaker and regular contributor to several online publications including MindBodyGreen. She is a medical advisor for one of the first data-driven apps to offer women personalized birth control recommendations.

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Leads will be offered the option to purchase the event upon opt in. Non-buyers will be reminded the event is available for purchase daily during the event with cart closing on 11/11. Participants of the event will have an opportunity to rewatch the event 11/17 & 11/18 and non-buyers will have a last chance opportunity to purchase the event before cart close on 11/18.