Synonyms for menstruation or Related words with menstruation

childbirth              menopause              ovulation              menstrual              parturition              puberty              lactation              perimenopause              postpartum              coitus              pregnancy              ejaculation              ovulatory              menses              intercourse              menarche              breastfeeding              urination              amenorrhea              anestrus              impotence              postmenopause              menopausal              hypermenorrhea              menstruations              gestation              luteal              metrorrhagia              climacteric              adolescence              defecation              anovulation              puerperium              oligomenorrhea              pubertal              anovulatory              estrus              polymenorrhea              dysmenorrhea              mastodynia              menorrhagia              luteolysis              miscarriage              endometriosis              menstruating              orgasm              premenopause              endometritis              perimenopausal              engorgement             



Examples of "menstruation"
Different cultures view menstruation differently. Studies in the early 1980s showed that nearly all girls in the United States believed that girls should not talk about menstruation with boys, and more than one-third of girls did not believe that it was appropriate to discuss menstruation with their fathers. The basis of many conduct norms and communication about menstruation in western industrial societies is the belief that menstruation should remain hidden.
A menstrual taboo is any social taboo concerned with menstruation. In some societies it involves menstruation being perceived as unclean or embarrassing, extending even to the mention of menstruation both in public (in the media and advertising) and in private (amongst the friends, in the household, and with men). Many traditional religions consider menstruation ritually unclean.
Despite the fact that menstruation is a healthy biological process, it is approached with hesitance and misinformation because of deeply-rooted cultural taboos surrounding menstruation (menstrual taboos).
The ḥaiẓ (حيض menses) is the religious state of menstruation in Islam. Menstruation relates to various purity related restrictions in Islamic sexual jurisprudence.
PantyProp is an American made company that makes menstruation underwear and menstruation swimwear for people to use as a substitute or supplement to other feminine hygiene products.
"One of those days" colloquially means "menstruation"
In the United States, public schools have a sex education program that teaches girls about menstruation and what to expect at the onset of menarche (often this takes place during the 4th grade). Historically menstruation has been a social taboo and girls were taught about menarche and menstruation by their mothers or a female role model. Then, and to an extent now, menstruation was a private matter and a girl's menarche was not a community phenomenon.
In Ethiopia, Beta Jewish women were separated from male society and sent to menstruation huts during menarche and every menstruation following as the blood associated with menstruation in the Beta Jewish culture was believed to be impure. The Beta Jews built their villages surrounding and near bodies of water specifically for their women to have a place to clean themselves. The menstruation huts were built close to these bodies of water.
Painful cramping in the abdomen, back, or upper thighs is common during the first few days of menstruation. Severe uterine pain during menstruation is known as dysmenorrhea, and it is most common among adolescents and younger women (affecting about 67.2% of adolescent females). When menstruation begins, symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) such as breast tenderness and irritability generally decrease. Many sanitary products are marketed to women for use during their menstruation.
Tongjing Wan () is a brownish-black pill used in Traditional Chinese medicine to "promote blood flow, "dispel cold", regulate menstruation and relieve pain". It tastes slightly sweet and bitter. It is used where there is "abdominal pain during menstruation due to "stagnation of blood by cold" ". Tongjing Wan is to be taken before menstruation.
Female – when did menstruation begin? Last menstrual period (LMP)?
1969: Relationship between breastfeeding and menstruation resumption is demonstrated.
After intake of levonorgestrel 1.5 mg in clinical trials, very common effects (reported by 10% or more) included: dizziness, headache, nausea, abdominal pain, uterine pain, delay of menstruation, heavy menstruation, uterine bleeding, or fatigue; common effects (reported by 1% to 10%) included diarrhea, vomiting, or painful menstruation; these effects usually disappeared within 48 hours.
There are concerns that ormeloxifene may cause delayed menstruation.
This is to be distinguished from genuine menstruation in:
Metaformic Theory states that modern-day material culture is rooted in ancient menstruation rituals, called "metaforms". Metaforms are rituals, rites, myths, ideas, or stories created to contain emerging knowledge relating to menstruation.
Strong cultural taboos around menstruation, which are present in many societies, coupled with a lack of Menstrual Hygiene Management services in schools, results in girls staying away from school during menstruation.
The word "menstruation" is etymologically related to "moon". The terms "menstruation" and "menses" are derived from the Latin "mensis" (month), which in turn relates to the Greek "mene" (moon) and to the roots of the English words "month" and "moon".
In some parts of South Asia, women are isolated during menstruation. In 2005, in Nepal, the Supreme Court abolished the practice of chhaupadi, keeping women in cow-sheds during menstruation.
Finally, calendar-based methods assume that all bleeding is true menstruation. However, mid-cycle or anovulatory bleeding can be caused by a number of factors. Incorrectly identifying bleeding as menstruation will cause the method's calculations to be incorrect.