When should I be worried and go to my doctor about period pains?
Most people who get their period have experienced period pain, otherwise known as cramps, proper term dysmenorrhea, occasionally referred to as “my uterus is on fire and it’s not fair, why me, oh please make it stop!” – but how do you know when enough is enough?
Yasmin is 16 and like most teens, she has an opinion on many things; the environment, education, government choices... the list goes on. Here's her beef with the recent news about free sanitary products in Victorian schools.
Basins and communists and lingonberries, Oh My!? Believe it or not, today we're investigating global period slang. Click for RED by Modibodi's hot take on period name-calling and a list of the world's wackiest euphemisms for period-ing.
Ever wondered why your breasts ache during your period? Well, you're in luck! RED by Modibodi is investigating sore "period boobs" today. Click for the rundown on why breast pain occurs and what you can do to relieve it.
Whether you're gearing up to start your period or you're already a pro period-er, there are a few things you should know about the colour of your period blood. RED by Modibodi sat down with Dr. Natasha Andreadis for the rundown. Stay tuned to learn all the fun facts on what range of the rainbow to expect!
Period cramps making you feel some type of way? Read for the rundown on the causes of period pains, how to relieve menstrual cramps (think: bubble baths, hot packs, and gentle exercise), and when you might want to consider talking to your doctor.