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menstrual in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmenstrualmen‧stru‧al /ˈmenstruəl/ adjective  HBHrelating to the time each month when a woman loses blood, or the blood that she loses the menstrual cycle
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menstrualThis may refer to the menstrual blood and semen consumed sacramentally by some Gnostic groups.Just knowing that one is participating in a study of the menstrual cycle can increase reports of negative symptoms by 80 percent.Her own menstrual cycle, including its uncomfortable drawing to a close, had been strictly her own affair.But confusion reigned over the idea of the menstrual cycle.Of 225 new patients attending our adolescent gynaecology clinic in 1992,167 presented with menstrual disturbances.Uncomfortable though these may be, they do not constitute a mental illness, and they are menstrual, not premenstrual problems.Women even had to allow some one else to put on and change their menstrual pads.menstrual cycleBut confusion reigned over the idea of the menstrual cycle.Smoking was reported by 260 women. inseminations and follow up Intracervical inseminations were applied in subsequent menstrual cycles.Just knowing that one is participating in a study of the menstrual cycle can increase reports of negative symptoms by 80 percent.Her own menstrual cycle, including its uncomfortable drawing to a close, had been strictly her own affair.The mean menstrual cycle length was 28 days.Also, the menstrual cycle of women can seriously disrupt fluid levels, causing in some cases increases of several pounds.When women experience problems with their menstrual cycles, such as irregular periods, doctors often give them hormones.Sometimes a mood, or a phase of the menstrual cycle, will bring about a definite aversion to keeping up appearances.