We’ve compiled a list of the symptoms to look out for when you start your first period, so that you aren’t taken by complete surprise when it arrives!
Having your period during a pandemic can be extra difficult to cope with. But it’s not all doom and gloom – here are some of the good things to focus on!
We all know the frantic hunt for period snacks all too well. If you’ve ever thought “why am I so hungry before my period?”, read on – we’ve got the answers.
If you’re bleeding vaginally or are on your period, can you still take a pregnancy test without affecting the result? We’ve got the answers!
Social distancing during the sunnier months doesn’t feel fair, but perhaps with the aid of these funny tweets about having periods during COVID-19, you’ll find comfort in knowing you aren’t the only one feeling the pressure.
How often should you change your pad, tampon or menstrual cup? We covered all types of period products so you’ll know for your hygiene and safety.
For most of us, life is lived at home, which means that we’re having our periods at home, too. So we’ve compiled a list of the best ways to manage period pains while quarantining at home.
Period pains are normal, but you shouldn’t have to endure them month on month. Here are some natural recipes from Your Period Handbook that might help to reduce your period pain.
An endometriosis diagnosis can be a very big deal – it takes, on average, 7.5 years for a woman to be formally diagnosed. When it finally happens, it can give women a platform from which to better understand their symptoms.
It takes an average of 7.5 years to get an official diagnosis of endometriosis. Here’s how you can give yourself the best chance of earlier diagnosis.