Everyone’s body is unique. As a result, many women struggle with trying to find what’s considered normal during menstruation. How long should a normal period be? Am I okay; am I normal? Our team considered this uncertainty while develop …Read More
Iron deficiency is a result of not having enough iron in the body, which means your body makes smaller and fewer red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the body’s tissues and organs, so a deficiency of iron can result in the fol …Read More
Let’s Talk Period is very proud to launch the Self-BAT in French!
A special thanks goes out to the Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS) for their support. We recently chatted with Chantal Raymond, CHS’ National Communications Manager, …Read More
In an earlier blog, we spoke about Lisa Thibeault’s presentation at the WFH (World Federation of Hemophilia) Congress held recently in Glasgow, Scotland. Julie Grabell, Clinical Research Assistant to Dr. Paula James, also gave a poster pr …Read More
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