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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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Women and people with cycles who have higher levels of androgens, such as people with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), are more likely to have acne.
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Clue 3h
The vagina changes: during sex, throughout the menstrual cycle, and with age and different life stages. Vaginas 101 →
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Water-based lube vs. silicon-based lube vs. oil-based lube:
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Endometriosis is a leading cause of pelvic pain and painful sex.
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Condoms are used less often during menstruation. This finding from our study with the is significant and concerning, because rates of STI transmission and acquisition are higher at certain times of the menstrual cycle.
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Clue Apr 19
Can you ovulate twice in one cycle? No. Only one ovulation can happen per cycle. Ovulation questions and misconceptions:
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Clue Apr 19
Skin and the cycle: how hormones affect your skin →
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Clue Apr 19
Have you ever used a female condom? We’re curious—we’re collecting personal experiences for an upcoming article:
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Clue Apr 19
In a non-aroused state, the walls of the vagina are collapsed against each other. Vaginas 101:
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Clue Apr 19
When picking a water-based lube, try to pick one that reflects the acidity of a healthy vagina—around pH 3.8 to 4.5—to prevent increased risk of bacterial vaginosis.
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Clue Apr 19
Managing endometriosis: first-person experiences →
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Clue Apr 19
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Clue Apr 19
People change their sexual behavior during their periods. Our survey identified which behaviors were changed, but we don’t know exactly why. There are many potential explanations: societal taboos about hygiene, or cramps affecting libido, are just a few.
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Clue Apr 18
We're trying to push menstrual and reproductive health forward:
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Clue Apr 18
Have you ever used a female condom? We’re curious—we’re collecting personal experiences for an upcoming article:
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Clue Apr 18
The vagina can change a lot throughout a person's life. An average adult vagina is slightly curved, and can range between 7 to 12 cm in length—but every body is different, and there’s no such thing as a too small or too large vagina.
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Clue Apr 18
Heavy menstrual bleeding can make you more susceptible to iron deficiency anemia.
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Clue Apr 18
The vagina changes: during sex, throughout the menstrual cycle, and with age and different life stages. Vaginas 101 →
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Clue Apr 18
Urinary incontinence among women is very common—a quarter of women over 20 years old and half of women over 40 are estimated to suffer from urinary incontinence.
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Clue Apr 18
In a non-aroused state, the walls of the vagina are collapsed against each other. Vaginas 101:
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