It’s important to remember that each individual’s health is so unique, and therefore we should all remember to muster the effort – or courage – to get those check ups we’ve been meaning to have, even if you think Google’s got you covered. We spoke to Dr Natasha Andreadis, an expert in the field, to provide us with the facts when it comes to some of our most common and burning health questions.
Aunt Flo kick you in the pelvis? Read for the rundown on the causes of menstrual cramps, how to relieve period pain (think: bubble baths, hot packs, and gentle exercise) and when you might want to consider consulting your doctor.
Hey Modibodi ladies! My name is Jamie Boiskin, I’m a musical theatre and cabaret performer who is performing her show “Ovariacting: A Period Drama” as part of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival.
My show is based off my own experiences when last year I had a 35-day consistent period. I had previousl[...]
Today is World Menstrual Hygiene Day, a global platform that raises awareness of the challenges women and girls face worldwide due to their menstruation and works on solutions in resolving these issues. In celebration of WMHD, we have asked four bloggers to share their first period story, to he[...]
Beloved performer Emma Watkins of the Wiggles (she’s the one in the yellow skivvy) has been forced to bow out of the group’s upcoming Australia-wide tour due to upcoming surgery for endometriosis.
The 28-year-old released a video statement on Facebook explaining her decision, reports the ABC.