Feeling dizzy and nauseous after putting in a hygiene product? Doctors have some theories.
While clotting is often a regular part of periods, you should see a doctor in some instances.
If you want to decrease your landfill contribution, plenty of green period items are available.
Studies found barriers to menstrual items can negatively impact education.
The unconventional menstrual cup method might just be worth a shot.
Supplies delivered to your door can help make your cycle as stress-free as possible.
Despite anecdotal reports, there's no evidence that the reusable devices relieve period pain.
The serious risks of 'menstrual masks' outweigh any supposed benefits of this skincare fad.
Environmental consciousness can mean more than recycling cans.
Your flow shouldn't stop you from living your life.
When used properly, sustainable menstrual products may offer a variety of benefits.
When used properly, sustainable menstrual products may offer a variety of benefits.
Let's review where to find your cervix and what it can tell you about your reproductive system.
Most women who've read the back of a tampon box have heard of TSS—but how can it affect you?
These innovative products offer super protection—plus save money, stress and the planet.
Menstrual cups are a popular alternative to tampons and maxi pads. Which one is right for you?
If you're into period sex, the newer 'disc' model might be your new best friend.
A new attitude about periods has led to innovative products meant to help women deal with them.
Whether for sustainability, reliability or long-term wear, there's a period product available.
Though less common today than it was in the 1980s and '90s, toxic shock syndrome is not gone.
Options can be good but overwhelming. Here's what I found during my birth control search.
Women shouldn't let myths about menstrual products leave them confused and misinformed.
Menstrual cups aren’t new, but they have seen a recent spike in popularity. Find out why.