Debunking MythsMenstruation

Myth: Menstrual cycles are in sync with moon cycles

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Menstruation is said to be coined from the Greek word meaning month (mensis) and moon (mene). It is commonly believed that menstrual cycles and moon phases have a correlation and they sync up because of similarities in duration (approximately one month). Correlation or coincidence?

Let’s debunk the myth. 

Menstrual cycles phases and Moon cycles

Tracking your periods helps understand your unique period patterns and maintain a calendar for your menstrual cycle. Therefore, differentiating the fine line between myth and reality.  Join us to debunk more period myths here

Zainab Arif
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Zainab is one of the youngest members in the Nua family. She is currently a second-year BMM student from Mithibai College, Mumbai. She joined Nua as an intern in the Community team.
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