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Men and Menses. What's Not TMI? by Untypically Jia Posted Wed 28 Nov 2012 4:54am Conversation I had with Matt tonight . . . Matt: Everything okay? Me: Yeah I'm just . . . . womaning . . . stuff. Matt: Ew. Me: What? I thought that was better than anything else. Matt: No way of saying 'menses' is not gross. Me: Period. Matt: Stop. Me: My uterus is under attack. Matt: No. And don't use medical ... Read on »
HOW DO I DO MY MENSES DON'T COME by jean z. Posted Tue 24 Feb 2009 8:18pm My last menses was Jan,5,but this month,the menses do not come till now,if should I take some medical or herbs or do something else? Read on »
Pope Paul VI on Mary: Mense Maio by Leticia V. Patient Expert Posted Tue 05 May 2009 4:35pm Throughout this month of May, let us offer our pleas to the Mother of God with greater devotion and confidence, so that we may obtain her favor and her blessings. Even if the grave sins of men provoke God’s justice and merit His just punishments, we must not forget the he is “the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort,” that He has appointed ... Read on »
Menstrual flow, menstrual periods and infertility by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:01pm Menstrual flow, menstrual periods and infertility: " All women know that their menstrual cycles, ovulation, and fertility are inter- connected. Unfortunately, they are very confused as to how and why, which is why myths and misconceptions about menstrual periods and infertility are legion." Are you worried that your menstrual flow is affecting ... Read on »
DYSMENORRHEA( PAINFUL PERIODS ) AND HOMEOPATHY by Dr. Fasil M. Posted Wed 28 Dec 2011 6:46am Dysmenorrhea is the leading cause of recurrent short-term school absence in adolescent girls and a common problem in women of reproductive age. Risk factors for dysmenorrhea include nulliparity, heavy menstrual flow, smoking, and depression. Empiric therapy can be initiated based on a typical hi ... Read on »
Diagnosis: period by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:34pm One of the big debates for the next edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual ( DSM ) is the use of amenorrhea as a criterion for anorexia. Some of the issues raised include: --Girls who haven't reached puberty --Women in menopause --Women on oral contraceptives --Men Furthermore, even women who meet the we ... Read on »
No Menstruation by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 19 Sep 2009 12:00am Question I am 26 and have two children. I am about 5'7.5" tall. My last spontaneous menses was April 6, 2005. After this, I became pregnant with my first child. After her birth, I dropped from 168 pounds (the same weight as prepregnancy, but since I stopped drinking alcohol and eating unhealthily and started walking daily, I maintained healthil ... Read on »
So, you think you have heavy periods? by Dr Nicoll Posted Thu 06 Oct 2011 11:34pm Whenever I ask a patient “do you have heavy periods?”  I feel like I deserve the kinds of answers I receive.  I’m just as likely to hear “Yes.  I have to change a panty liner every few hours.” As to hear, “No.  I only go through one box of super-overnight maxi-pads per day now.  It used to be two boxes.”  Which is to say that every woman p ... Read on »
19 Year Old With Very Irregular Periods May Have PCOD by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 12:00am Question: I am a 19 year old female (obviously). I had my first period when I was approximately 11 years old and for the first three to four months I had a regular cycle. After that period of time my cycle became irregular (which is in no way odd for someone of that age), being that I would menstruate every other month rather tha ... Read on »