The world has changed, but not yet for the best, especially for women. Though the condition is now much better than it was centuries ago, we are still far from our goal of equality between men and women. There is absolutely no reason for women to die at the rate they are dying today.
Hopefully you read my previous post on stopping the contraceptive pill, but if not here is a quick recap; it's bad for you and I hate it.
The most sensitive part of a woman's body is also the most ignored part in the current life style when it comes to personal hygiene. Most of the women pretend to be unaffected and hide issues that they are facing in and around their vagina, but often faces serious issues in their later stages.
So I recently decided I wanted to stop taking contraception, well I decided years ago but I never actually stopped. Until now.
The Winter holidays tend to be stressful times for a large majority of people, even if they get excited by and look forward to the festivities. For women also coping with PMDD, however, this time of year can be a nightmare. I recently asked a handful of women with PMDD what they most struggled with during the holidays. Here's what they shared along with some possible solutions:
UK's definition of Endometriosis is:
Throughout the thirty or so years that a woman is experiencing menstruation, and menopause afterwards, it can be difficult to navigate the complex world of hormones and hormone regulation. Here are some tips to control your hormones and bring your levels back to where they should be.
…You shouldn’t be scared to seek help.
Are you finally using a menstrual cup now in an attempt to favor an eco-friendly and clean alternative? Then we welcome and congratulate you! Surely you are excited to experience the much-praised benefits you get when it comes to using a menstrual cup.
Menopause is an inevitable stage in a woman’s life that brings about an array of physiological changes that are responsible for significant alterations in mental and physical health. Menopause causes levels of estrogen and progesterone hormones to drop, resulting in a variety of changes that many women dread. With the multitude of significant shifts that women experience during these stages of life, it is not uncommon for some women to turn to drugs and alcohol to cope with physical changes, emotional shifts, and pain that is likely to occur during these times. Unfortunately, some women fall victim to addiction during menopause.
Any of my fellow menstruating individuals know all about the struggles of menstruation. Most of us know the uncomfortable feeling of wearing sanitary products. What most of us don’t know, however, is how our sanitary products affect the environment. A menstrual cup is a game changer in all ways.