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Period talk

A woman in a tan t-shirt sits behind her tablet in an office space

Menstrual leave for period pain – the debate!

Most of us have been there. 

We’ve woken up on a weekday morning to that all-too-familiar feeling: Period pain. 

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably daydreamed about a world in which you can stay home, create the ultimate snuggly set-up featuring painkillers and a hot water bottle and just focus on feeling better. No work necessary. 

Well, in some places that’s already on offer… 

How to talk to your GP about your period problems

How to talk to your GP about your period problems

If the idea of chatting with your doctor about a menstruation concern sends shivers down your spine, you’re not alone. But knowing when to give them a visit – and how to navigate it more effectively when you do – can lead to a much more positive experience all around.
Participants on the stigma-breaking photography project in rural Nepal

Meet Nepal’s Period Pioneers: seven young women who are switching up the menstruation narrative

We catch up with some of the inspirational young women WaterAid has been working with in Nepal, to hear more about their experiences of menstruation,
the impact of COVID lockdowns, and how they're continuing to challenge the stigmas that often surround periods.

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