Menstruation is as simple and necessary as oxygen, and as rhythmic as the heart beat. And talking about it should be as normal as menstruation itself! Which is why, at Nua we always want to include more and more voices in creating a safe space for dialogues around menstrual wellness.
Through our strong community of women, we have been able to create conversations not only on menstruation but everything about it.
- Discussions on premenstrual syndromes (PMS)
- Shared personal stories about women who have had unique experiences with menstruation, and
- Constantly learning from our #NuaExperts who help us with authentic information our readers can trust
All of this is important because our menstrual wellness depends on how we treat our bodies. To treat our bodies properly, we need to be informed and more open to talking about menstruation.
But should we talk about it alone?
While we have created a safe space for women to talk about menstruation, we want to expand that space to men as well.
We spoke to the gyno-couple, Dr. Molina Patel and Dr. Niket Patel, to understand how men can be included in the conversation, where is the fine line between them being an ally and overstepping, and where does it all begin.