If you have an irregular menstrual cycle that always leaves you guessing about when your next period will arrive, then you need to learn this simple trick! I’m no stranger to irregular cycles, with cycles that range from 32 days to 55 days and anywhere in between, but I always know when my period is coming, and without relying on an app to make dodgy predictions for me. Read this to find out how I do it!
Today I’m reviewing the delightful book 50 Things You Need to Know About Periods by Claire Baker. If you don’t know Claire, she is a period coach who has been teaching menstrual cycle awareness and how to live in sync with your cycle for the best part of a decade. Now she’s an author who has put all of this wonderful goodness into this book and it’s just the cutest!
No doubt we learnt about our reproductive anatomy in school, but whether you remember it all or have completely forgotten everything, it can be helpful to have a refresher.
In this post I’m going to share with you the basics about the internal female reproductive anatomy. Think: ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix and vagina!