Menstruating after giving birth probably won’t be the same as it was before you got pregnant. What to expect of postpartum periods? (…)
Breastfeeding women usually don’t get periods. Why not? And when do they start again? The link between menstruation and breastfeeding. (…)
Is menstruating still necessary? It’s also possible to delete your periods with hormonal contraception. A lot of women do this, sometimes even without knowing. Here’s how. (..)
Back in the 1950s, the contraceptive pill was first presented as medication against painful periods. Temporary infertility was called just a side-effect. Soon loads of women were complaining about painful periods.