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The History Of Menstruation: How Women Dealt With Their Periods Throughout The Ages

It is said that females are not considered full-fledged women unless they have their first period. Some had it as early as 10, while some had it in their early teens. Some have regular periods, while some suffer from irregular menstrual cycles.

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What Is Amenorrhea? : Tips for Regular and Healthy Menstruation

Amenorrhea, the medical term for the absence of menstruation, is caused by many reasons.

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Know the Foods that Increases Blood Flow During Menstruation

Blood circulation is affected by a lot of factors, but mainly by the food we take in and our lifestyle. At all times, there is a recommended “right amount” of nutrients to keep the body’s systems function smooth. If the intake of these important nutrients does not meet the required amount, negative consequences may be experienced by the body.

 

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10 Interesting Facts About Periods Around The World

In a more high-tech world, significant changes on how women manage their periods have been noticed. More choices are now offered like period pants and organic tampons. Attitudes towards them going through the period also changed a lot; thanks to social media.

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Menstruation: What’s Ok and What’s Not

Getting your period is like getting your first make up kit after watching make up tutorials on YouTube without knowing what the brushes are for – it happens to every girl.

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Keep Her Clean and Fresh: Top Home Remedies For Foul Smelling Discharge

Vagina odor treatment is not openly discussed among women. Perhaps this is because some women are very sensitive when you talk about the uterus, menstruation and vaginas. In today’s millennial world, vagina talks are still discussed in private although there are online communities involving women not only talking about vagina but womanhood in general.

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Top 10 Common Reason for A Missed Period - Besides Pregnancy

Irregular menstrual cycles are complex issues because of the many contributing factors like hormones, several other bodily systems, and lifestyle. According to the Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism Journal, missing periods frequently is common in 5 percent of the adult women population. However, irregular periods happen intermittently during the reproductive years.

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Top 12 Women's Health Issues

It is said that the first step to keep a healthy body is to know what you are up against. This will allow you to take the needed precautions to help reduce the risk.

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Top 15 Questions About Menstruation

It is not a topic that most women would openly talk about even with other women. But knowing the answers to these top 15 questions about menstruation can help in giving insight about a woman’s reproductive health.

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