A recent study found menstrual cups were as safe as tampons and had similar or lower levels of leakage.
Women might find themselves reaching for sweets and potato chips in the two weeks before their period, even if they don't have a diagnosis of PMS. An OBGYN explains these cyclical food cravings.
Whether someone is menstruating is none of your business. Even inquiring about it reinforces attitudes and assumptions that hold women back.
The Conversation has access to top academic experts, and we want them to use their knowledge to answer questions from teenagers.
Art can be a powerful means to confront and subvert stigma around menstruation.
Scotland's commitment to providing all students with free monthly supplies is showing the world how period poverty can be tackled.
Endometriosis can cause a number of severe symptoms, including period pain. But painful periods alone aren't a surefire indicator of endometriosis. Here's what else to look out for.
Women on the pill are able to manipulate or suppress their menstrual cycles to have fewer "periods", or to avoid bleeding at important or inconvenient times.
New research with elite sportswomen found half use hormonal contraceptives.
Period product brands may appear all 'woke' and taboo busting, but we shouldn't forget they helped create the taboos in the first place.
A new Bollywood movie based on the story of an Indian entrepreneur who created affordable sanitary pads is helping to counter myths and taboos around menstruation.
Pregnancy is often mentioned as a treatment or a 'cure' for endometriosis. Pregnancy may suppress the symptoms of endometriosis, but it is not a cure.
Be it because of concerns over big femcare, landfill, cost, toxic ingredients or toxic shock syndrome, some menstruators seek solutions outside of the Kotex box. These are those choices.
A charity claims that to remove shame and stigma around menstruation, both boys and girls should be taught about periods at school.
A new study found a woman's partner can help decrease PMS symptoms, rather than exacerbating them.
Girls who have their first period at a young age are more likely to experience poorer health as a adult, including an elevated risk of diabetes during pregnancy.
Period pain usually begins soon after a girl starts menstruating, but commonly gets better as she gets older.
Nothing could be more personal, more intimate, than how women manage their periods. Doing so effectively can only be done with quality information.