Despite the advances that science has developed, the most valid study about menstrual synchronization, was carried out by the American psychologist Martha McClintock and was published in 1971 by the Nature journal. Continue reading “Why women synchronize their menstrual cycle?”
We have news for you! Period Track for iPhone / iPad has incorporated a great series of changes that we consider to be positive and important to shed some light on. They will soon be available in the Android version.
What are we talking about? Let’s see… Continue reading “What’s new in version 2.9.1 for iPhone / iPad”
The expression “Know thyself” is old as Ancient Egypt, since it is inscribed on the walls of the sanctuary at Luxor. One engraving peruses “The body is the house of God.” [That is the reason it is said] “Man, know thyself”. Another says, “Man, know thyself, and you will know the gods”. Continue reading “The Importance of Tracking your Period”
While such a significant number of taboos are appended to menstruation, playing sports seems to be one of the biggest myths. Our experience tell us that playing sports during my period is ok and can go hand in hand with it. You can play any game and participate in any activity by wearing a pad or a tampon upon your comfort level. Continue reading “Sports During Menstruation”
Thinking about scheduling your first gynecologist appointment? Here’s everything you can expect during your first gynecologist visit. Continue reading “What’s in store During Your First Gynecologist Visit”
If you are a lady, your possibility of getting a urinary tract disease or UTI, is high; a few specialists rank your lifetime danger of getting one as high as 1 in 2 – with many women having repeated infections, sometimes for quite a long time. Here is the means by which to deal with UTIs, regardless of whether you are encountering your first or fifth disease, and how to make it less likely to get one in a near future. Continue reading “A Guide to Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)”
You accuse your terrible mood on your hormones – however, what do you know about them? Get the scoop on estrogen, progesterone and more. Hormones are specific chemicals created by your endocrine framework that control every function of your body, including development, metabolism and reproduction.
Continue reading “Facts About Female Hormones”
Do any of these sound familiar to you?
- You need to change even a king sized tampon each couple of hours
- You never wear white, or light shaded jeans amid your period
- You wear an evening time cushion, not only at night but at all times
- You can’t recall the last time you dozed through a whole night during your period
- You sense that you spend an absurd measure of cash on disposable feminine products every Month
Continue reading “How to Deal With a Heavy Period”
It’s one of greatest annoyances: finding a method of contraception that works for both your body and your way of life. With such number of options nowadays (15 to be correct), it can be entirely befuddling (and down-right overpowering) to filter through all the information out there. That is the reason Dr Deborah Bateson from Family Planning NSW provided answers to all your most asked questions. Continue reading “How To Choose The Perfect Contraceptive Method Made For You”
Dr. Sonya Jessup from Demeter Fertility took a look at the most famous fertility misconceptions to clarify fact from fiction Continue reading “10 Common Fertility Myths Weighed by an Expert”