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. (…)
Do we know everything about menstrual products? Apparently not. The best read posts on Period! magazine are about problems with sanitary products. (…)
What’s sex like when you’re dealing with chronic pain and pelvic dysfunction caused by endometriosis, adenomyosis, interstitial cystitis and related conditions? – An honest and inspiring guest blog by Laura Millions Cone. (…)
Do you only lose your virginity when you have sex? Or can this also happen when using tampons? (…)
Having sex on your period? Yes, that’s entirely possible and no problem at all. But there are some things you should keep in mind. So if you’re planning on sailing the Red Sea together, read these three tips first. (…)
If you look at the hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, it’s perfectly understandable that we feel slightly different from time to time. (…)
‘Femtech and social media shatter menstruation taboos. However, female novelists have been fighting the corner for period sex for much longer.’ – A guest blog by Hilary Webb.
Menstrual blood that comes into contact with oxygen, starts to smell. Good reason to have a shower. Menophiliacs will disagree; they get turned on by periods. There’s even a special menstruation aroma smell.
Believe it or not: a badge with red wings on the jacket of a Hells Angel means this guy has performed oral sex on a menstruating woman.
Why are you more susceptible to vaginal yeast infections around the time of your menstruation? And how to prevent them? Tips for a healthy vagina.
‘I can write about what has been part of my life and it is ok! People are reading these stories and they are cheering not recoiling or shushing! So here it is…’ A guest blog by the British holistic practitioner Melonie Syrett.
The horrible cramps women suffered in Victorian times were thought to be period pain.
Sauna, sports, sex: three activities that don’t always go well with menstruation. Will a soft tampon or sponge tampon be the solution? (..)
Sometimes it seems you’re menstruating again halfway through your cycle. This is called spotting or breakthrough bleeding. Why does this happen? Is it serious?
It’s women who have it every month. But should men also be educated about periods? (…)
Is the fairy-tale Little Red Riding Hood a simple warning to children to obey their parents? Or does it have a deeper hidden meaning?