Things You Didn’t Know About Periods

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There is no one type of period

Speaking to your doctor should of course be a part of your plan to address period complications and discomfort, but it can also be nice to talk to others who experience the same types of things as you do, and August provides a space for that. Moon says,Something else that has been proved through the August community is that everyone’s circumstances and experiences are slightly different which is exactly why we need spaces to talk openly, to learn from each other, and to understand what each body is uniquely going through.” Maybe one woman has found a hack to soothe symptoms pertaining to complications that your doctor simply doesn’t know about.

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