Do You Suffer From Heavy Bleeding?

Heavy periods? You are not alone. Excessive menstrual bleeding is medically known as Menorrhagia, but to us it’s just a burden. If you’re soaking through high absorbency tampons or towels every two hours (or less), have periods that last more than 7 days, and even thinking about white trousers makes you break out in a … Continued

Living with Menorrhagia

Do you have a heavy menstrual bleed? This is the case for Ashley, who since getting her period at 14 has battled, and continues to battle with an extremely heavy menstrual bleed. Abnormal heavy bleeding during menstruation is known as Menorrhagia. Menorrhagia can cause severe disruption to everyday life and can impact sufferers both physically … Continued

Expecting the Unexpected

“I was prepared, except my period came when I was not at home.” “I knew I’d get my first period when I was 12.5 because Cosmopolitan magazine said so. I was prepared. I kept one individually-wrapped maxi pad hidden in my bedroom closet. At 12.5 I started bolting to the bathroom at every light bit of crotch-sweat … Continued

Empower Your Daughter when she gets her Period

Ever daughter goes through the one thing that every woman goes through – the first time getting her period. Nobody wants their daughter to grow up, but it’s all part of life. She may be scared and she may be bothered by it. She, may, even feel embarrassed by it and think that something is … Continued

"My Time"

Your first period can be unexpected, especially if you never learned what to expect. Watch a revolutionary film from Mytimeshortfilm on project1324 titled “My Time”. “My Time” is a 6 minute short film about a 12-year-old girl who has her first period in class. – The film is written, directed & produced by women, plus … Continued

Late Bloomer

I was 16, and I still did not have my period. I mean like really, I had watched each and every one of my girlfriends get their periods (not literally), some as early as 9, and here I was, old enough to drive a car yet not old enough to have a valid excuse to … Continued

The Problem with Conventional Tampons

 Everything we put into our bodies and around our homes are a growing area of concern for doctors, environmentalists and ourselves.  In particular, a group of chemicals referred to as “endocrine disruptors”—because they may mess with the hormones your body’s endocrine system regulates. These chemicals have been linked to brain disorders, reproductive issues, obesity and cancer.   Unfortunately, … Continued

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