Anna Druet is a researcher and formerly Clue’s Science and Education lead.
What to expect before, during, and after an abortion
If you have access to a legal abortion, here is what you can expect, and how each type of abortion works.
For now, the Clue app is not a contraceptive. Here’s why.
Clue is not currently designed to help you avoid pregnancy. Here’s what you need to know.
Ovulation: What is it, and how do I know when I'm ovulating?
Ovulation typically happens about 13–15 days before the start of each period. Here's how to know your ovulation symptoms—and everything else you need to know.
Puberty 101: The Clue guide to getting your period (Part 1)
When will my period start? Here are some clues. From breasts, to pubic hair, body shape, discharge, and everything else that comes with puberty
Puberty 101: The Clue guide to getting your period (Part 2)
Irregular periods, fertility, and other things that come with puberty
Menstrual equity is the ground we all need to stand on
We spoke with Jennifer Weiss-Wolf to find out what “menstrual equity” means, and why it’s so important.
Bacterial Vaginosis: a common reason for irregular vaginal discharge
Experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge or odor? It might be Bacterial Vaginosis, which is very common.
Hormones and culture: How reproductive hormones vary across cultures
Different factors like how a culture eats and typical lifestyles can affect how an average hormonal profile looks.
Vaginal "tightness": Myths, tips, and what you need to know about the pelvic floor
Everything you need to know about kegels, and the pelvic floor
Do you get your period on the pill? Pills, periods, and withdrawal bleeding
Your “period” on the pill is actually called withdrawal bleeding, and happens when the levels of hormones in your pills drop.
Period cramps 101: Why menstrual cramps happen, and how to relieve them
Want to know how to get rid of menstrual cramps? Here are science-backed tips for relief. Most period cramps are caused by an excess of...
Types of vaginal discharge and how to tell them apart during your cycle
Most of it is cervical fluid, and it changes along with the menstrual cycle. "Ovulation discharge" has the quality of an egg white.