Periods on screen? Yes indeed! Menstruation is also hot & happening in the cinema and on Netflix. From Oscar-winning blockbusters to personal short docs, here are some must-see menstrual movies. (…)
The average menopause age is 51. For some women it comes later, for others it happens earlier. Hayley Cockman was only 14 years old when her periods stopped. This is her premature menopause story. (…)
Dolly Parton sang it already: ‘As soon as this part’s over, then comes the menopause.’ No more bleeding, hurrah? After the menopause, serious health issues can arise. To raise awareness for these issues, the 18th of October is #worldmenopauseday. (…)
Oh joy! Perimenopause is coming sooner than you think. And that’s a good thing. UK-based menstrual and menopause mentor Kate Codrington explains why. (…)
You’ve always had a regular cycle but suddenly you stop menstruating. Is this good news or bad? And why does it happen? (…)
‘Perimenopause can start in a woman’s late thirties or early forties, a time when she is still having her monthly cycle.’ by Emily Barclay. (…)
The statement that primates and humans are the only mammals who menstruate is only partly true. Also bats and elephant shrews get their periods. (…)
‘Five reasons I’m sad and five reasons I’m happy’ – A straight from the heart blog on the menopause, by American author Barbara Younger. (…)
How about the male menopause? Does it really exist? Men do experience a decrease of testosterone production.
Menopause, menstrual cramps, mental breakdowns. Do all problems begin with men?
An aromatherapy spray for when you’re irritated, pissed off, annoyed, tired, peeved, frustrated, enraged and have an overall bad attitude.
‘But you know we can’t help it. We don’t even know the cause. But as soon as this part’s over, then comes the menopause.’