They had peasant women menstruate for them!
Some women use a hydrogen peroxide solution to treat yeast infections. The hydrogen peroxide solution is an effective and natural home remedy. It is not recommended for use during menstruation or pregnancy.
Menstruation can only hinder a woman's success if they allow it to. Some women use it as an excuse to take off work or school. Most women do not have severe enough symptoms to warrant that.
you can get pregnant at anytime if you have sex(even during menstruation or even if you use "protection").
no. you should stop the medication during menstruation and just resume after
Raggin in the context of menstruation is a slang term for menstruation - clearly.The term is similar to saying 'on the rag' which refers to menstruation because before the invention of modern tampons, sanitary pads, and menstrual cups people would use rags like cloth pads. During menstruation women would use old rags tied in place with a belt around the waste in order to catch flow as it left the body.
If they took the 21 pills correctly, no additional pregnancy protection is needed.
No, you can't get pregnant during your period...but you can get pregnant as a result of sex during your period. Women don't ovulate during menstruation, however if a woman has a short menstrual cycle she may have fertile quality cervical mucus present during menstruation, this can keep the sperm alive in the vagina for up to 7 days by which time she may ovulate. Thus always use birth control to prevent unwanted pregnancy.
Women wear menstrual pads during menstruation, the purpose of these is to collect menstrual flow as it leaves the body in order to prevent it getting onto clothing. Some women will use pads before their period starts to be ready, and even when using tampons they still have to alternate with pads.
No, it is biologically impossible to get pregnant during your period as there is no egg present. BUT it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation, also not all vaginal bleeding is menstruation. Unless you want to get pregnant you should always use birth control.
During menstruation you would change your pad once it has been full with blood or everytime you have to use the bathroom.
No. That is not a good route of administration of drug during the menstruation. The drug will be washed away in normal course. Your doctor is the best judge.
No, a woman cannot be fertilised during menstruation - it is biologically impossible to ovulate during menstruation, however in the right conditions sperm from sex during menstruation can survive for up to 7 days by which time a woman may ovulate and thus get pregnant. If a woman doesn't want to get pregnant she and her partner should always use birth control.