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For periods, there's the Lunette silicone menstrual cup, which is my favorite alternative to disposable tampons.
Indigenous Guatemalan women migrants, for example, shared stories of not being able to discuss menstrual pain in their communities.
Right now, 17 states already have laws prohibiting abortions after 20 weeks (or 22 weeks from the woman's last menstrual period), according to the Guttmacher Institute.
Then, a friend told me about FloLiving, a site full of information about menstrual health by functional nutritionist Alisa Vitti, author of WomanCode and creator of the MyFLO period-tracking app.
Luckily, anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen and naproxen have been shown to combat some of this menstrual unpleasantness, especially the achiness.
During this time, Greves recommends keeping a menstrual diary and writing down any bleeding or spotting you notice.
And then there is the radically holistic model known as the Red School Movement, a sort of menstrual utopia.
Every health decision weighs benefits and harms, and birth control provides benefits beyond preventing pregnancies, including reduced rates of some cancers, regular cycles and reduced bleeding and menstrual cramps.
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