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Women in Menstrual Hygiene Management

Kakaiya Shailesh, Okumu Cephas, Geeta Paichuare


This research paper provides the information about the women in various approaches of menstrual hygiene. In various countries women face the challenges during the period of menstruation. These include particularly low sanitary facilities and societal taboos. This research depicts the various issues faced by the females during their pre-menopause period, which leads to the barrier of hygienic reproductive health. There is a considerable gap in observational evidence on menstrual hygiene management issues faced by females. Females must be made aware related to the menstrual hygiene. Various practical aspects can be taken under consideration for meeting the challenges of menstrual hygiene management. Executing all these measures can help women to take a step ahead for the menstrual hygiene management in the society.


Keywords: Menstruation, sanitary products, menstrual hygiene, Management, Medication, information, myths, taboos


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Kakaiya Shailesh, Okumu Cephas, Geeta Paichuare. Women in Menstrual Hygiene Management. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Health Professions. 2018; 8(Issue 3 Special): 71s-75s.

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