Category: Menstruation & Menopause

Your Period Preparedness Kit

Blog Your Period Preparedness Kit October 8, 2020   Menstruation & Menopause Your period can be a real pain — literally. Some women hardly notice when they have it, while others are in bed for days waiting for it to pass. Why is that? Menstrual cycles vary in both length and intensity, with a flow that can last anywhere from two to seven days in length (cue… Read more »

Sex After Menopause: Things They Never Told You

Blog Sex After Menopause: Things They Never Told You January 14, 2020   Menstruation & Menopause, Sexual Health As a young woman, you may remember your mom fanning herself to cope with random hot flashes. Perhaps she complained about the lack of sleep she experienced the night prior, changed her pajamas as a result of night sweats, or was moody at times. She most likely was going through… Read more »

Let’s Talk Tampons. Five Things Every Woman Should Know!

Blog Let’s Talk Tampons. Five Things Every Woman Should Know! December 6, 2018   Menstruation & Menopause As females, we may experience our period making its appearance at a very inconvenient time—perhaps in the middle of an important meeting, at our best friend’s wedding, or on a day we decided to wear white. Cramps, bloating, and mood swings aside, tampons can often help us forget that Aunt… Read more »

Menopause: The 5 Signs Your Body Is Changing

Blog Menopause: The 5 Signs Your Body Is Changing July 3, 2018   Menstruation & Menopause We’ve all seen our sisters, mothers, and aunts go through it: the hot flashes, mood swings, and sleep deprivation. It’s called menopause — a natural, biological process ALL women go through where the ovaries no longer produce eggs and menstrual cycles stop. This can be a stressful time, as the body… Read more »

Periods Suck: 5 At-Home Remedies for That Time of the Month

Blog Periods Suck: 5 At-Home Remedies for That Time of the Month February 2, 2018   Menstruation & Menopause For many women, the menstrual cycle makes an appearance roughly twelve times a year. Have you ever wondered why you get a monthly visit in the first place? We can explain. As a woman, your uterine lining builds up in preparation for pregnancy. If no fertilization occurs upon… Read more »