Period cramps are the absolute worst and every menstruator can relate with this. Many of us prefer taking medication to soothe period cramps, while many of us choose natural alternatives. Yoga is a way of life that helps one maintain the perfect blend of health and wellness. It also helps one control a variety of health issues, and adjust to lifestyle changes easily. Yoga is often prescribed for Mild to Regular Period Cramps. Here are some poses that are sure to help you soothe Period Cramps! Try these yoga poses during your next period, and let us know if these...
Whether you're new to Menstrual Cups or you've been using it for a while, you're bound to have questions.
Questions on itching? Cup sterilizing? How to wash it? How to get rid of stains? We've answered the most common Menstrual Cup questions here. You can send in your questions to us too, and we'll be sure to feature them in this section.
For many women who are new to using the cup, leaking is a common problem. Switching to a menstrual cup takes some time to adjust to—finding the right size, the correct way to insert your cup, and the cup’s best position for you takes time and practice.
Don’t give up! You can successfully use your menstrual cup and get it to stop leaking for worry-free periods with the following tips, contributed by the lovely folks at elacup!
by Ms. Nidhi Rathod
While taking about periods we know what a regular period means and what an irregular period means. Not all menstruators are the same. We all have different bodies, hormones and most importantly different schedules!
Having irregularities in your period isn’t always the result of a major issue. They may also be experienced due to a disturbance in schedule, eating habits, and more. In this article, I’m going to clear your thoughts a little more about period irregularities we may face!
It's quite common for us menstruators to normalize the discomfort that comes with periods, since it happens every single month. But it's extremely important to know what is normal, and what is not.
Keep your eyes open for these symptoms that accompany your period. Extremely Heavy Bleeding, Large Blood Clots, Spotting, Intense Cramping, Severe Lower Back Pain and Painful Bowel Movements.
If you feel the need to contact a medical practitioner for any of these signs, do not hesitate, and go for it!