Periods with a difference...
- Visual impairments
- Blood clotting disorders
- Tips and tricks by condition
Managing periods when you have a visual impairment
Managing periods when you have autism
We spoke to Robyn Steward, author of ‘The Autism-Friendly Guide to Periods’, to ask her about the specific challenges of, and top tips for, managing a period when you have autism.
Do you have a bleeding disorder?
Do you have frequent nosebleeds, long-lasting periods, or bruise easily? These are all signs of blood clotting disorders; most commonly, von Willebrand's Disease.
Reframing the endometriosis ‘diagnostic problem’
The lack of a reliable test is not the main problem faced by those who seek a endometriosis diagnosis; it's inadequate clinical training and disbelief.