Definition of menstrual
: of or relating to menstruation
Recent Examples of menstrual from the Web
For women, one of the first places the body finds is to stop the menstrual cycle.
Think TV commercials for sanitary pads, substituting menstrual blood with an antiseptic-looking blue liquid.
The comment was widely seen as referring to Kelly’s menstrual cycle.
Realizing how obstructive this can be to students' education, Cordelia created a petition to get her school to start stocking free menstrual supplies.
Campaigns to provide menstrual products free to women in public schools or homeless shelters or detention facilities are taking off in cities around the country.
And yet, there are still things about our own menstrual cycles that elude us.
The apps also don't adjust for changes in menstrual patterns caused by pregnancy, breastfeeding or the onset of menopause, the study's researchers said.
The spa's website lists benefits including hormone production to maintain uterine health and menstrual cycle regulation.
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Definition of menstrual for English Language Learners
: of or relating to menstruation : of or relating to the flow of blood that comes from a woman's body each month
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