When Aunt Flo visits

Also referred to as the Arrival of Matthew Perry in Japanese, periods are a phenomenon that a menstruator is said to experience on an average of about 7 years in their lifetime. After doing some research, we’ve found 5 key physiological changes and effects that occur when Aunt Flo pays us a visit:  Stomach Cramps:While […]

Water, the elixir of life

Indians just celebrated Holi, the festival of colours…. also a festival during which plenty of water is used and wasted. At GiveHer5, we also honoured World Water Day on March 22nd. Water is a resource we often take for granted and contribute massively to its wastage. Whether you admit it or not, you are (as […]

Evolution of Sanitary Pads

One of the beautiful things about history is that it allows us to learn about the origins of things and how they have evolved. We can see how far we have progressed over time with education, technology, and beliefs changing across communities. With this intrigue, we thought it would be interesting to study and understand […]

Menstruation During the Lockdown

The last few weeks have been life-changing. It took a lethal virus to change the world as we know it. Everything has come to a standstill. Globally, governments have implemented lockdown measures in a hope to flatten the curve, at least until a viable vaccine becomes imminent.   We are living in a time of great […]

Common Global Menstrual Health Challenges.

Money and research have been invested in understanding the underlying challenges faced by menstruators across the world. The gravity of these issues depends on several factors, such as where the menstruator lives, do they have access to education, do they have financial resources, is their culture oppressive? What about technology – do they have mobile phones with internet […]

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