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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 16h
Replying to @RahAnnisa
Hi Maharani! Thanks for your message. It's safe to wear a menstrual cup any time. If you need more information about how to use one, please refer to this article:
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Clue 18h
Replying to @beckhart_
Happy to help! 🤗
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Clue 19h
Replying to @Ju7ie
Thanks for your feedback, Julie! :)
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Clue 19h
If you’ve never felt your own cervix, you might be curious to know where it is and how it feels at different points of the cycle.
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Clue 22h
Read more about how period trackers like Clue are helping to demystify the menstrual cycle for young women and people with cycles.
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Clue 22h
During the luteal phase of the cycle, the immune system is suppressed which leaves the person with an increased risk of infection. How much do you know about the relationship between the cycle and the immune system?
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Clue 22h
Everyone's body is different, and every body is different. Diarrhea is common for some, constipation for others (including myself) but either way you look at it, period poop is definitely a thing.
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elmtree Oct 13
Clue has literally changed my life when it comes to my period. I can tell within two days when it’s coming which I wasn’t able to do for a couple of years since I’d gone off the pill.
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Clue 22h
Replying to @winslowmathenge
Oh yes, period poop is definitely a thing! Some people get diarrhea, some people suffer from constipation during their periods. And for anyone who suffers from IBS, the symptoms are often exacerbated.
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Clue Oct 14
Toxic. Disease-causing. Cursed. Impure. How did all of these inaccurate and damaging taboos around menstruation originate? The answer lies in a history of misogyny.
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Clue Oct 13
Neurotransmitters like serotonin play an important role in depression and anxiety. One study showed that people with PCOS who have low levels of serotonin and other neurotransmitters report more symptoms of depression and anxiety.
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Clue Oct 13
Toxic. Disease-causing. Cursed. Impure. How did all of these inaccurate and damaging taboos around menstruation originate? The answer lies in a history of misogyny.
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Clue Oct 12
The Clue app is available in 15 languages, including Danish, French, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Traditional Chinese, and more. We hope to add even more soon. But how is "gender-inclusivity" achieved in each one?
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Clue Oct 12
Sorry about that, Hannah! Try this one instead:
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Raissa Oct 12
SO proud to be a part of this! Language evolves as the world evolves 💜 Que ORGULHO fazer parte disso! A linguagem evolui com o mundo 💜
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Clue Oct 12
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Clue Oct 12
Is there anyone you want to share this link with?
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Clue Oct 12
Stimulation of the clitoris is probably the easiest way for most women to experience an orgasm. Less than 1 in 5 women reported being able to orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone.
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Clue Oct 12
Neurotransmitters like serotonin play an important role in depression and anxiety. One study showed that people with PCOS who have low levels of serotonin and other neurotransmitters report more symptoms of depression and anxiety.
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GRID Oct 12
An interesting read on the history of !
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