Being born in culturally manifested home we generally get to hear it from our mother “Everyone goes through it, learn to bear, its part of growing up, stop overreacting, you are no special”
We often are mistaken between Period Cramps and PMS. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a combination of emotional, physical, psychological, and mood disturbances that occur after a woman’s ovulation and normally end with the onset of her menstrual flow.
In an effort to research an illness or health concern, people find unreliable sources online, and they end up with information that’s not only wrong, but sometimes even dangerous. Googling out your symptoms would end up with “CANCER” as the only outcome.
Wrapped up in the opaque cloth of societal taboos and norms are the blood-stained days and nights of women. Attributing its birth from the Latin word ‘mensis’, which translates to month, menstruation can be defined as the vaginal bleeding that transpires as a part of a menstruator’s monthly cycle.