Unlock deeper cycle insights and discover your unique patterns.
Anna Druet is a researcher and formerly Clue’s Science and Education lead.
Here’s what the research says about menstrual pain.
The quality, consistency, and volume of cervical fluid types changes along with the menstrual cycle.
Our research finds that over 1 in 3 people experience it.
It is helpful to know about ovulation even if you aren't trying to get pregnant.
When a pelvic floor is strong, organs are well supported and firmly in place.
Getting your first period is a sign that you’ve reached the beginning of your reproductive years
Your “period” on the pill is actually called withdrawal bleeding.
The balance of bacteria in your vagina is important.
How to know when your period is going to start
We spoke to Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, the author of “Periods Gone Public,” about what menstrual equity means.