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?”

Vaginal fluids are very important for our health and sexual pleasure, and they vary during all our cycles while we are fertile. Like any other fluid in our body, the vaginal function as a kind of oracle: tells us what happens to us, if we are healthy or with some imbalance, if we are ovulating or going through an infertile period. Continue reading “Vaginal fluids: silent guardians”

There’s a deep rooted tirade that the vast majority who menstruate have heard sooner or later; a jokey accusation that your bad mood is because of your menstrual cycle, as a consequence of those furious period hormones. Continue reading “Emotions, Mental Health and your Period”

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Unless you’re actively trying to have a baby, getting your period is a monthly sign that you’re not pregnant, and can be a relief.

So what happens when you’re on point with tracking your cycle, but no bleeding happens on day 1?

Before you panic and buy pregnancy tests, consider these 5 possibilities for why your period might be later than usual. Continue reading “5 Reasons Your Period Could Be Late [Infographic]”