Most of January’s good intentions have to do with health. That’s why we add one more to our ‘to do’-list for 2021: make an appointment with your GP if you’re suffering from one of these menstrual complaints. (…)
Your period is a bit late. But just when you begin to wonder if you might be pregnant, the familiar period pain starts. Or doesn’t it? Beware: early pregnancy can feel just like menstrual cramps. (…)
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.