6 Things Your Period Could Tell About Your Health

Apart from telling whether you’re pregnant or not, menstruation says a lot about your health as a woman. That is why you must pay close attention to details during this period. Here are few things your menstrual period says about your health.

  1. 1. Pink—
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it’s a sign you’re losing blood or the oestrogen level is running low. It could as well be an indication of poor nutrition, polycystic ovary syndrome and other related maternal issues, says Margaret Romero, a New York-based medicine nurse practitioner. So, if you notice a pinkish colour in your pad, please don’t ignore; see your doctor.

      2. Orange—


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from experts’ discovery, orange is not a good sign for menstrual flow. It could be a sign of infection, hormonal imbalance or a more serious reproductive or general health problem. Please don’t ignore; talk to your doctor, to be on a safer side.

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3. Dark Brown–


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towards the end of the menstrual period, the body tends to shed its uterine lining. This could result in the colour change. So, dark red is super normal in the latter days of the menstrual cycle.


Red is normal

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It indicates that your blood is fresh and healthy. So, red is super normal.


5. Heaving bleeding—

heavy bleeding

excessive flow is super-normal in the first few days of the menstrual period, but if it gets to the point where you have to change your pad every hour or two and if the heaviness exit 3 days, don’t ignore as other serious health issues could as well contribute to heavy bleeding. See your doctor.


6. Blood spot—


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probably you experience few drops of blood on your pants few days before menstrual period.

Don’t just discard your used pad immediately; scrutinise it first. Any abnormal signs during the menstrual period should never be ignored. It is always advisable to visit a physician for safety.





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