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menstruate

[′men·strə‚wāt]
(physiology)
To discharge the products of menstruation.
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It is important to combat the myths and social taboos associated with menstruation to, not only improve the reproductive health of girls/women, but also allow them equal opportunities and not restrict them in their daily lives simply because they are menstruating.
The women activists are however divided over the menstruating leave concept as they fear that it would lead to more bias against hiring women in a country which has one of the lowest - 28 percent - ratios of female works force as against 71 percent in Europe.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of a T foenum-graecum seed extract on sex hormones and sexual function in healthy menstruating women who reported low sexual drive in a randomised, double-blind clinical trial conducted at a single site in Brisbane.
In many communities, menstruating girls and women are not allowed to prepare food or enter a temple.
Hinduism regards menstruating women as unclean so, during her periods, a woman is not allowed to enter the temple, touch any idols, enter the kitchen or even touch the pickle jar.
In Sierra Leone, girls who are normally active classroom participants sit in the back because they are worried about emitting an odor or leaking through their clothes while menstruating.
When they are paired with the societal ideas that women are uncontrollable and emotional when they are menstruating (or that if a woman is emotional she must be menstruating), they feed our need to hide our periods in order to be viewed as strong and capable.
In addition, menstruating women spend the longest amount of time in bed on weeknights-7 hours, 32 minutes on average--with more than two thirds of these women experiencing symptoms of insomnia,
1) Over the three months prior to the intervention, the proportion of female clients who did not receive a contraceptive method because they were not menstruating at the time of their visit (thus preventing their provider from determining if they were currently pregnant) was similar at clinics selected to participate in the intervention and control clinics (15% and 17%, respectively).
On average the women in the study were 37 and had stopped menstruating 6.
Anthropometric indices and their relationship with the menarche age showed that the mean height, weight and BMI of the menstruating girls were all significantly higher than those of the non-menstruated ones.
She said: "The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) ordained us to bring out on Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha, young women, Hijab-observing adult women and the menstruating women.