Anna Druet

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Former Science and Education Manager

Anna Druet is a researcher and formerly Clue’s Science and Education lead.

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Birth Control

Emergency contraception: when it’s most effective

There is a lot of confusion around the use and effectiveness of emergency contraception.

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Endometriosis 101

Endometriosis is a leading cause of pelvic pain, and painful sex—up to 1 in 10 women of reproductive age may...

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Cramps & Pain

Ovulation pain 101

Our research finds that 36% of people experience it.

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Do you get your period on the pill? Pills, periods, and withdrawal bleeding

Your “period” on the pill is actually called withdrawal bleeding.

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What to expect before, during, and after an abortion

If you have access to a legal abortion, here is what to expect.

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Ovulation: What is it, and how do I know when I'm ovulating?

It is helpful to know about ovulation even if you aren't trying to get pregnant.

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What causes a miscarriage?

Understanding why and how frequently miscarriage occurs can help people process the experience.  

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About Clue

Scientific research at Clue

When you track in Clue, you contribute to an unprecedented data set that is forwarding the understanding of female health.

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What is a period? Menstruation 101

Why do we get periods, anyway?

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Puberty 101: The Clue guide to getting your period (Part 1)

How to know when your period is going to start

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How to Use Clue

Clue’s top 5 period tracking tips

Ilaria from our support team shares her insider tips for getting the most out of the Clue app.

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Gender Equality

Menstrual equity is the ground we all need to stand on

We spoke to Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, the author of “Periods Gone Public,” about what menstrual equity means.

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