Menstrual products. When considering their environmental impact, you almost feel guilty about needing them. Are reusable products automatically better? And what to choose when taking your vaginal health into account? (…)
Cramps during menstruation is called primary dysmenorrhea if there is no underlying physical cause. This is what you can do. (…)
Becoming pregnant is more of a game of chance than a guarantee. Though it takes some time and work, you can increase your chances of conceiving using these tips. (…)
Despite all women experiencing ovulation, there are a lot of misconceptions about it. What’s normal? What isn’t? When do you need to visit a doctor? (…)
In addition to causing damage to internal organs and brain changes, drugs may also cause problems with typical bodily functions and processes, including your period. (…)
For a lot of women menstruation means: sleeping difficulties. Hormones are to blame. Can a weighted blanket help? (…)
More and more people use CBD to help them manage their underlying medical conditions. But these products are also taken to foster the overall well-being. For exemple: reduce menstrual cramps.(…)
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections in women. They are so common that it’s thought about 50% of women have had a urinary tract infection. Here is what you need to know, including whether there’s a relationship between UTIs and your period. (…)
CBD has recently become popular in the medical field due to its potential use as a natural medication for all kind of medical complaints. Including all sorts of menstrual discomfort. Here is what you need to know. (…)
Our vulva, just like every other part of our body, goes through a lot as time goes by. Puberty, giving birth, menopause, or diseases can change it. Here is how. (…)
Today, tomorrow or maybe even the day after? When exactly your next period will arrive, is always a surprise. Tadaaa, and there’s a blood stain in your undies. The solution for this? Leakproof underwear. (…)
Poor posture often leads to back pain, but so can the size of your breasts. The problem may appear in puberty or after pregnancy. Hormone changes during the menstrual cycle can lead to temporary breast swelling too. The good news: a correctly picked posture bra can address this problem. (…).
A regular menstrual cycle is a sign of good health. Talking of health: US-based guest blogger Bobbie Sanchez explains 5 important facts about The Nutritarian Women’s Health Study. (…)
Thinking of using a menstrual cup? But which one to choose? Here are seven reasons to consider a Just a Cup. Bonus reason: 25% discount. (…)
Did you know that a pack of conventional pads contains the same amount of plastic as 4 plastic carrier bags? Thankfully, there’s a better choice for both your body and the environment. That’s why we give away 5 packages of plastic free sanitary pads. Mail & win! (…)
Heavy, painful or irregular periods and pms plague many women. Eight ways to balance your hormones and your menstrual cycle. (…)
Managing your flow with regular sanitary products? Not for Emine Savasir! She decided to go natural and founded The Selene, which sells organic period products for health conscious women who care about our world. (…)
For Period! editor Yayeri, menstruation isn’t exactly the highlight of the month. This time: no more pain with menstrual relief patches?
First things first: sorry, at the moment it’s only available in Dutch. What is? ‘Mooi rood is niet lelijk’, the book about menstruation. Written by Period! magazine’s founding editor. (…)
For Period! editor Yayeri, menstruation isn’t exactly the highlight of the month. There must be alternative ways to make her menstruation a more pleasant affair. This time: feeling zen by vaginal steaming?