Debunking Common Menstruation Myths




One of the most common myths about menstruation is women can’t get pregnant during their period. Dr. Debra Kenward, Obstetrician and Gynecologist with Baptist Health South Florida says it’s true, because ovulation occurred two weeks before menstruation.
She thinks any exercise routine makes women feel better during their period, because exercise improves brain chemistry, gets rid of water retention and inflammation.
The doctor considers for normal menstrual cycles there is no reason to do anything different. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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