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Dear beloved reader, this article is about the red badge of courage that every woman faces when she starts her adolescence. It might sound weird, but then, this is something really going to be up to scratch. When it is ‘that’ time of the month, it is called periods. It has been a tradition to think of a clumsy and disgusting one, but in reality, this is natural and powerful.

Let there be a redefinition!

It’s a part of the menstrual cycle when a woman bleeds from her vagina for a few days, and every month, her body is prepared for her gestation in the future.

Some of the elderly beliefs are brought up below:

  1.  Prohibitions on visits to religious spaces
  2.  Restrictions to entering the kitchen
  3.  Not touching things at home.

For some reason, these rules are framed, but these are half-witted.

Nothing much, but she feels a little uncomfortable. Anything can be the reason – abdominal pain, cramps, back pain, vaginal irritation, pain in the legs, ligaments or muscles, nausea, or vomiting. Yes, there are fishy or yeasty odors, itchings, burnings, and infections.

To get going into a few of her essentials - warm bath, massage, pain relievers, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, healthy foods, less caffeine, and plenty of sleep.

This should not be too much off-putting for anyone to hear, but we’ll have to understand that she’s on the rag. She is busy coming across all of these twinges for at least 5 days, and so, let us not disturb her during her moon time!!!

Remember that discomfort is not a reason to feel shame

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