Things Women Dont Know About Their Periods
It happensabout once a month so you may think you're an expert. Well sit back down because there are quite a few things women don't know about their periods. The average period can release anywhere from one cup down to a few tablespoons of blood which really isn't that much.
It just seems like a lot because you don't just lose blood, you also shed tissue and mucus. Whoa, that's kind of badass. For decades blue liquid has been the default standin for menstrual blood in advertisements for feminine products. However, in 2011 Always broke this trend
and used a red dot. I wish my period was just one red dot. In the US tampons are the most popular method to trap the flow. Reportedly 70% of women inthe western world use them. But that's certainly not the only way. Some studies suggestthat your menstrual cycle may be tied to the moonwith the most common
start date for a cyclebeginning on the new moon. That's kind of beautiful. But everybody's different. Cycles can vary inlength from 21 to 35 days and are typically longer during the first few years of menstruation and that's totally normal. Feeling less than graceful?
No worries. Right before your period you might bump into more things. Clumsiness can be an unfortunate side effect of PMS. Time is also an unfortunate side effect. A woman can spend around 7 to 10% of her life on her period.
That's a whole lot of time. Humans are magical creatures. We're one of the few beasts on the planet that have visible periods. Some other animals reabsorbtheir uterine lining instead of shedding it. We got the short end of the stick. Why can't we be more like rats?