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    The Menstrual Cycle

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    inevitable that the menstrual cycle will be be a part of one’s life. With some women being college students, socializing with others and education play a great amount of time in the college experience. Menstrual cycles can cause symptoms and behaviors that may cause change in women’s everyday life for a short amount of time. “Periods” (an alternative name to menstrual cycles) alter communication with instructors and colleagues and also affect academic performance(Esen,I, 2016). By doing research it will be discovered if women are affected by their menstrual cycles during their college experience and if not, what do they do to maintain consistency to persevere as if they are not on their cycle.…

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    Essay On Menstrual Cycle

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    The purpose of my project is to educate young women about the menstrual cycle and proper hygiene in both developed and third world countries through an interactive presentation because, on average 52% of the female population is reproductive and many are not aware of what is actually going on in their bodies (SSW). I’m proposing this because there are so many women, young and old that do not understand what their body is doing when they get older, nor do they know what to do or how to react…

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    Menstrual Cycle Analysis

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    Your Cycle 101 (due Monday 2/29): an overview of the menstrual cycle - what 's happening when https://intermountainhealthcare.org/blogs/2014/02/ovulation-made-simple-a-four-phase-review/ http://www.medhelp.org/user_journals/show/44065/An-Attempt-to-Explain-the-Menstrual-Cycle-in-Plain-Language Your Cycle 101 There are four phases to the female menstrual cycle, and they can vary in their length. When counting your cycle, day 1 is the day bleeding starts. The end of the cycle is the day before…

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    Compare the pathophysiology, manifestations, and treatments of common menstrual cycle disorders. Endometriosis is defined as endometrial tissue implantation outside the uterine cavity. Manifestations include: painful menses, pelvic pain and cramping before and during menstruation, lower back, and abdominal pain. Patients may experience pain during or after sex, pain with bowel movements or urination, excessive bleeding, occasional bleeding between periods, and infertility. Patients may also…

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    Women all around the world experience the phenomenon known as their coming into adulthood: their menstrual cycle. While the media is becoming more open and vocal about these unknown and sensitive subjects, tampons and other feminine products are still in the unknown. Until recently, many people would not broadcast or be open about what happened once every month. Then Kotex created a new brand, U by Kotex, with the hopes of drawing in a younger group of girls while still maintaining…

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    the experiment would be properly executed. The women reported normal menstrual cycles with no reported use of contraceptives, the women were tested one to four days’ after menstruation began and later at twenty to twenty-four days after menstruation began. Blood samples were taken to determine sex hormone levels and to mark the menstrual cycle phases. During the experimentation, the participants were instructed to breathe through a mouthpiece which was “attached to a three-way valve that opened…

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    is important to be well aware of the menstrual cycle and the irregularities and infections that can exist in the female anatomy. The menstrual cycle occurs in the female reproductive system and allows women to become pregnant. Women have the chance to face menstrual irregularities and premenstrual syndrome. Some cases of menstrual irregularities are known as Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB). AUB occurs when the uterus has more blood than the regular monthly period. These anayulatory cycles can…

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    PMS Research Paper

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    for several years or a few days, mostly there is some information you should know about PMS. You may think you know all there is to know but in reality, you don't know how to work your body organs. So, here are 10 things you should know about PMS: What is PMS? 1. the first thing you need to know about PMS, is what it is. Start the menstrual cycle for girls once they enter puberty as a result of the estrogen hormone walbrogistron. During the menstrual cycle, uterine begins to form a thin,…

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    Wikipedia Assignment: Menstruation The topic that this paper will be elaborating on, is menstruation and the factors as well as the issues that are associated with this topic. It is very important to accept menstruation as a societal norm because it is a natural cycle in a woman's life rather than to be considered as ‘taboo’ by society. This will be illustrated through a thorough analysis of five pieces of literature that relate to the subject content of women menstruation. This paper…

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    As previously mentioned, female athletes have a much higher rate of anterior cruciate ligament injuries then male athletes. However, the question that needs to be considered is, should hormones be a reason researchers should consider? In the article, Knee and Hip Loading Patterns at Different Phases in the Menstrual Cycle, Daiuseviciute and colleagues (2011) followed 10 healthy females during their menstrual cycles to determine if there was a difference in jumps during the different phases.…

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