Menstrual health and Menopause

"On average, a woman experiences around 450 periods in her lifetime. Timely and regular menstruation is a sign of good reproductive health. Unfortunately, most women don't know what is normal or abnormal during the periods."

Women of reproductive age have to undergo pain and bleeding associated with menstruation every month. The menstrual cycle is a way of preparing a woman's body for carrying the child, and, if the pregnancy doesn't happen, the uterine lining sheds itself with the expelling of mucus and blood (commonly known as periods). One might experience unbearable pain and mood swings during those days, but apart from the pain and discomfort, many things happen inside the body during menstruation. Learn about menstruation and how it affects your ability to perform daily activities and achieve pregnancy in detail from our blogs.

Many women also experience irregular or no menstruation. Knowingly or unknowingly, they might suffer from medical conditions associated with periods like endometriosis and/or PCOD (polycystic ovarian syndrome), etc. that may affect their ability to conceive. If you are suffering from menstrual irregularities or other problems related to menstruation, read about the simple home remedies and easy to follow tips for regular periods.

Menstruation and health

Regular and timely menstruation during the reproductive age of women is an indication of good reproductive health. Unfortunately, most of the women suffer from different issues during the periods ranging from PMS symptoms (Premenstrual Syndrome), painful periods to irregular, and no periods at all. Many medical conditions such as thyroid, PCOS/ PCOD, endometriosis may cause hormonal imbalance, irregular and painful periods, and fertility issues making it difficult to conceive. Know how to manage your periods and learn about medical conditions affecting your menstruation and fertility in detail here.

Ovulation and fertility

Every month, the ovary of women releases eggs, and when fertilized with the male sperm, start the pregnancy journey for the couple. If fertilization doesn't happen, periods follow. The release of eggs from the ovary is known as ovulation. Timely and regular ovulation indicates good fertility health and, any problems with ovulation may cause a delay in pregnancy. As the egg can survive only for 24 hours, one should try for a baby during the time of ovulation. Understand about your ovulation cycle and methods of tracking fertile days with our blogs.


Time before menopause in the women above 40 years of age can bring emotional, mental, and physical discomfort. Sadly most of the women going through perimenopause or menopause do not know what is happening in their bodies. Learn how you overcome the emotional and physical trouble during the time of menopause and make it your most memorable years of fulfilled living.

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