Your First Period

Your First Period

From cramps and mood swings to the different hygiene products available, find out everything you need to know about your first period. Plus, get essential advice on how to take menstruation in your stride.
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All you need to know about the signs and stages of puberty in women. Plus, tips on how to cope with the difficult bits, so that your health and happiness isn’t impacted.
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Living with periods

We’ve rounded up all the info you could need on every aspect of your period cycle. So periods and everyday life can be compatible, whatever stage of your menstrual cycle you’re at.
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Period problems

Being aware of the causes of period problems means you’re well prepared for them when they arise. So whether it’s coping with cramps or leaks, or more serious issues that need a doctor’s help, you’ll find all the information here.
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Sexual Intercourse & Relationships

Got a worry about relationships or a question about sex? Here you’ll find stacks of useful information and advice about sexuality, safe sex, and relationships, sorting the myths from the facts.


Got a worry about pregnancy? Here you’ll find stacks of useful information and advice about pregnancy, sorting the myths from the facts.
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Around Menopause

Being able to spot pre-menopause symptoms means you’re better prepared for the changes your body’s going through. From pre-menopausal bleeding to hot flushes and breast tenderness, here’s how to tackle this tricky stage.
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Daily Intimate Care

A handy round-up of useful tips and info about intimate care and cleanliness. So you can be sure of staying fresh and feeling comfortable every day.

Your Body

Figuring out how we feel about our bodies can be tricky, especially when it comes to our V-Zone (that’s more than the vagina and vulva!). But knowing more about what’s supposed to be normal can help to put your mind at ease.

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