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menstruation


Jala Moushi takes a look at the “murky waters” of a condition which is not uncommon, but often missed by health practitioners BN, a 33-year-old female, presents to my pharmacy …

On International Women’s Day, the peak body for obstetrics and gynaecology is calling for government action to enable free access for women and girls to sanitary products In Australia, more …

A Greens bill to remove the GST on tampons has passed the Senate – but is unlikely to pass the House of Representatives More than 125,000 people signed Greens petitions …

Advising on pain relief is only one aspect of the pharmacist role in endometriosis, write Jarrod McMaugh and Sam Flood Endometriosis is a condition that pharmacists will see regularly, as …

UK pharmacists struggle with understaffing; pharmacy security guard arrested for sexual abuse; NZ remains “open” to the concept of funding tampons UK: The union for UK pharmacists says it has …

Study finds the common occurrence of endometriosis in women with IBS, and the impact of diet in relieving symptoms A low FODMAP diet can help relieve symptoms for women suffering …

An American chiropractor is reportedly startled at the negative reaction to his novel method of dealing with menstruation: “potty training” the period with lipstick Dr Dan Dopps, CEO and President …

When Gaylynn Bailey passed Terry White Chemist lndooroopilly in Brisbane’s western suburbs, her attention was drawn to a special display. It was a hot pink donation box for Share the …