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menstruate

[′men·strə‚wāt]
(physiology)
To discharge the products of menstruation.
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Adelaide Nardone, ob/gyn and medical advisor to the Vagisil Women's Health Center, girls don't menstruate due to hormonal issues, weight gain or loss, or other treatable reasons.
When I began to menstruate again, I knew that I was finally back on track.
Levonorgestrel's advantage of being associated with early menses means that users of this method will menstruate sooner, and be relieved of pregnancy anxiety sooner, than users of mifepristone.
The data indicate that fewer than 10% of all United States girls start to menstruate before 11 years old, and 90% have begun by 13.
About 5 percent of women who menstruate encounter severe PMS symptoms just before their monthly period, says study coauthor Paul W.
QUESTION: A vegetarian friend told me that girls raised as strict vegetarians menstruate at a later age than girls who eat meat.
Puberty; girls begin to menstruate, boys' sex glands begin to function actively; first for girls, later for boys
Women who don't menstruate have a 4-1/2 times greater risk of developing fractures.
It's been said for many years that nuns tend to menstruate together.
Yet, even though approximately half of the people in the world menstruate, the process remains stigmatized and unmentionable in most parts of the world--including in developed countries like the United States.
Bulimia also developed more frequently in women who had begun to menstruate by age 12 than in those who began later.
Those with ovaries and a uterus do not ovulate, but can menstruate when given hormonal treatments similar in composition to birth control pills.