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    Know your body (more).

    Step-by-step instructions on how to clean and store your menstrual cup. Including, how to boil or sterilize your menstrual cup after use, how to change it in a public bathroom or when traveling, how to remove stains and prevent discoloration, and when to replace your menstrual cup. Plus, insider tips for beginners!
    Next time you're powering through mood swings, cramps, sore breasts, lower back pain, or nausea, try some of these tips to make for a more healthy (and comfortable) period. Find out when to see a doctor if you're experiencing irregular periods, severe period pain, very heavy bleeding, spotting between periods, etc.

    The most common fear that people have about menstrual cups, is managing them at work, school, or away from home in public bathrooms.

    It can certainly be a little bit intimidating. So, how do you handle this when you’re not at home? I’ll share a few tips with you…

    A step-by-step guide on how to insert and remove a menstrual cup, including the best menstrual cup tips for beginners and how long you can wear a menstrual cup. Don't worry, it is way easier (and less messy) than you thought!
    What did people use before pads and tampons? When was the first menstrual cup invented? From sanitary aprons to the first commercial pads, check out some of the period products used over time to manage the monthly cycle.

    My time spent creating is when I gain my strength. I reflect, release stress, and––much like the art form––go with the flow! I deal with PTSD, depression, and anxiety from a very difficult IVF twin pregnancy resulting in the loss of one twin just shy of 5 months pregnant and the surviving twin being born prematurely with a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH).

    You may not even know what you’re being healed of, but [creating art] has a way of making you feel better.

    Menstruation is controlled by a balance of reproductive hormones in the body. When stressed, the body produces more cortisol and corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH)–also known as the stress hormones–which can suppress normal levels of reproductive hormones and even cause late or missed periods. We’ve rounded up 7 natural remedies for managing stress during your period.

    Your cervix plays an important role in your reproductive health, yet it may feel like a bit of an enigma if you don’t know what you’re looking for. We break it down: what it is, how-to guide on finding it, cervical position and mucus throughout your menstrual cycle, cervical sexual pleasure, and how to size for a menstrual cup using your cervix.

    Did you know your hormone cycle has four phases over a 28(ish)-day period, which means that your body functions differently every week of the month. Tracking your period can be helpful to note fertility windows, patterns or symptoms—such as headaches, period fatigue, energy boosts, or sex drive. Here are 8 of the best period and fertility tracking apps to try.