Why Your Period Blood Smells And How to Deal With It
Menstruation probably isn't the time of the month you're looking forward to, right? One typically unpleasant thing about it – in addition to cramps, bloating and mood swings – may be that rather peculiar odor. We bet you've wondered why you get it at least once in your menstrual history.
Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding: What You Need To Know
If you‘ve ever shared the details of your period with a close friend or two, you’ve probably noticed that they may be quite different in each of us.
There is a wide range rather than a single pattern in what is "normal" for periods: they can take from 3 to 10 days, and happen every 3 to 6 weeks. In each of us individually, period fluctuations can be the effect of age, stress, diet, exercise, and other medical conditions.