You just keep calm and carry on. It is extremly useful to have some sort of medicine that isn't to strong, like night nurse before you go to sleep so it helps you to find sleep, as you will usually find your sleep being disruppted when you have your periods. Also, it is good to keep some paracetemols with you, incase you suffer from heavy stomach cramps...
Tampons and sanitary towels and regular visits to the ladies... you wont know how fast the week went!
When the uterine lining sheds this is typically called menstruation. Although women on hormonal birth control will experience a faux period in the form of a withdrawal bleed.
It could be irregular menstruation. If you are the one having late menstruation, I might suggest for you to go the doctor and ask more information about late menstruation. But yes, one option is irregular menstruation.
Medicines can change menstruation.
The beginning of menstruation is called
The beginning of menstruation is menarche.
Francis Henry Champneys has written: 'On painful menstruation' -- subject(s): Menstruation, Menstruation Disorders, Menstruation disorders, Dysmenorrhea
The carbohydrate intake has nothing to do with your menstruation. Most of the articles in your food does not affect the menstruation.
No not at all. Hormones effect menstruation.
Tagalog translation of menstruation: regla
the first menstruation called menage