What did Pioneer women use for personal hygiene when on their menstrual cycle?
Cloth Rags, Women would have a belt around their waist, and long rags were tied to the belt device in the front, thru the legs and tied on the belt in the back. Extra cloth was put in the middle. I am not sure of the material of the belt, could of been cloth.
Menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, if a woman is fertile she is always on her menstrual cycle. I think you're asking if menstruation smells, there is a smell but it shouldn't smell bad - maintaining good hygiene prevents odour, also avoiding unhealthy menstrual products such as tampons and commercial sanitary pads will prevent bad odour too.
Maintaining hygiene during menstruation is not much different to maintaining hygiene at any other time during your menstrual cycle, contrary to common belief menstruation is not dirty or unhygienic. Wash daily with water only, and use appropriate menstrual products like pads, tampons or cups. Be sure to change your menstrual products at appropriate times, even if not full tampons and pads should be changed every 4-6 hours and cups every 12 hours.
Yes, of course you can eat eggs on your menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is the whole of the reproductive cycle, a fertile woman is always 'on' her menstrual cycle - I think you mean menstruating or on your period. There's no reason not to eat eggs at any point in your menstrual cycle, and nothing you can't do during menstruation.
Menstrual cycle refers to the reproductive cycle, fertile females will always be on their menstrual cycle, I believe that you mean after menstruation. If there is a bad odour that may be a sign of a vaginal infection so you would need to see your doctor, otherwise good hygiene is enough - shower daily and avoid tight fitting or synthetic clothing. Also check what products you use during menstruation: tampons and commercial menstrual pads are…
No, your menstrual cycle doesn't stop when you go to the beach - your uterus doesn't take a holiday. Menstrual cycle is your reproductive cycle, if you're a healthy fertile woman then your menstrual cycle continues all the time and it won't stop just because you go to the beach, there's nothing about going to the beach that could stop your menstrual cycle.
The term 'menstrual cycle' refers to your reproductive cycle, if you're a healthy fertile woman then you are always on your menstrual cycle, I think you mean after menstruation. When you're fertile depends completely on your menstrual cycle, you'd need to use fertility awareness method to determine when you are fertile or not.