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Articles about Puberty.Go to topic page
Getting your first period is a sign that you’ve reached the beginning of your reproductive years
How to know when your period is going to start
Articles about Skin and Hair.Go to topic page
Why do bad hair days happen? Why does sex feel amazing on some days and not as great on others?...
Articles about diet and exercise.Go to topic page
Fluctuations of hormones across the menstrual cycle can lead to different outcomes in training.
Is period poop a thing? Cara, a digestion-tracking app, helped us answer questions about food, digestion and the menstrual cycle.
Articles about Bleeding.Go to topic page
The significance of period blood color is commonly misunderstood.
Fibroids are abnormal growths of muscle tissue that form in or on the walls of the uterus.
There are a variety of conditions that can cause HMB.
Articles about Emotions.Go to topic page
Articles about MiscarriageGo to topic page
"Biologically we couldn't have called him a baby, but damn science, I lost my baby at 11 weeks. "
Articles about Anatomy.Go to topic page
When a pelvic floor is strong, organs are well supported and firmly in place.
Articles about Vaginal & Cervical Fluids, including discharge.Go to topic page
The balance of bacteria in your vagina is important.
The quality, consistency, and volume of cervical fluid types changes along with the menstrual cycle.
Are vaginal fluids really all that different? In this article, we explain how to identify vaginal discharge, arousal fluid, and...
Vaginal dryness is common but treatable, and can happen at any age.
At Clue, we are period experts. Here is where we post tampon reviews, menstrual cup reviews, pad reviews, period panty...Go to topic page
Articles about tampons, pads, menstrual cups, and more.Go to topic page
Articles about PeriodsGo to topic page
Your “period” on the pill is actually called withdrawal bleeding.
The menstrual cycle is more than just your period—it’s the rhythmic changes of the your reproductive system.
Your uterus won’t get “backed up”.
Articles about Menopause and Perimenopause.Go to topic page
It was once thought to have a high association with developing some forms of cancer. But the latest research has...