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Happy active woman in good menstrual health



Menstrual health goes beyond periods (the physical), it also includes mental and social well-being in relation to your cycle.


Unfortunately for many women and adolescent girls their first and last education around periods comes at secondary school, they are then left to navigate around 4 decades of menstruation with little support, embarrassment preventing them from seeking advice when they need it most.

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It's important that we banish the stigma around periods and open up discussion between women and their wider support network, be that their friends, family, partner, doctor or others.

Two women in conversation around periods
Woman pondering if her periods are normal

Are my periods

Do you double up on sanitary wear? Do you bleed through during the night? Take the questionnaire to find out if you may be suffering from a medical condition called heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB).


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