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There’s more to your period. The menstrual cycle affects pretty much everything, and we’re here to help.
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Clue 15h
Making money at Clue: our principles and promises.
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Clue 21h
In 1956 the department store produced their own vibrator, which was advertised as giving you that “great-to-be-alive feeling.” A short history of the vibrator:
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Clue Jul 21
Many people with herpes have no symptoms, but still are able to continue spreading the disease. Genital herpes 101:
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Clue Jul 20
Some difficulties that are specific to both having a cycle and a disability are: handling tampons, pads, or menstrual cups (collection methods), menstrual awareness, and managing menstrual-related pain.
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Clue Jul 20
Trichomoniasis is a very common STI. But it's not considered a reportable condition in the US because of its: ⚫ Low severity of health outcomes ⚫ Low cost associated with treatment ⚫ Difficulty in prevention ⚫ Low public interest/concern
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Clue Jul 20
Across the world, it is estimated that 2 out of 3 people under 50 years of age—around 3.7 billion people—are infected with herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1).
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Clue Jul 20
High perceived daily stress levels are associated with increased rates of anovulation (a menstrual cycle where an egg is not released). Meditation and the menstrual cycle:
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Clue Jul 20
Replying to @Okornore
We're blushing over here. 😍 Thanks for spreading the word! 💜
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Clue Jul 20
Replying to @amesplaza
Sending 💜
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Berlin & her places Jul 19
We truly admire Berlin-based menstrual cycle app for their intersectional approach to the important work they do. ❤️
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Clue Jul 20
Replying to @Okornore
If you're interested in learning more:
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Clue Jul 20
It's important to know your history. We recently learned that our very own neighborhood was a center for feminist healthcare in the '70s and '80s.
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Clue Jul 19
If chlamydia is left untreated, it can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, chronic pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy, and/or infertility in women and people with female reproductive tracts.
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Clue Jul 19
Periods are a healthy and normal part of the menstrual cycle. But prolonged or heavy periods are associated with iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia and/or feeling unwell.
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Clue Jul 19
In the '70s and '80s, the neighborhood where our office now stands was a hub for new ideas about healthcare. We learned a little about feminist healthcare in Berlin before Clue:
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Clue Jul 19
Genital herpes outbreaks that occur after the primary infection are called recurrent infections. These can include the same symptoms from the primary infection, but are usually less severe, or can be asymptomatic.
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Clue Jul 19
Vegetarianism, veganism, and the menstrual cycle:
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Clue Jul 19
Replying to @ag_dubs
Sorry about this! Our team is aware of the bug and working on it.
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Clue Jul 19
"With 's app , menstruation is under control"
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Clue Jul 19
When you get your period but you’re not a woman, this can cause discomfort and anxiety—especially when many people equate menstruation with femaleness. Gender dysphoria and the menstrual cycle:
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