Teenage girls maybe taking pharmaceuticals in the effort to minimize the experience of having their periods.
Women do not like to have their periods; it is at the very least a major inconvenience. But are youngsters so lazy and spoiled that they want to avoid even the most natural functions of our bodies?
Yes, there’s a pill for that. Even so, does anyone believe that rerouting a monthly natural bodily function will go unpunished?
A single daily trip to the throne?
Before the Menstrual Pads & Tampon
-Ancient Egyptians version of tampon was made out of papyrus plant.
-In 5 B.C. women in Greece wrapped lint around a piece of wood.
-The Romans used wool, paper, vegetable fibers, sponges, grass and cotton.
-In 1888 the first menstrual pad became available. It was an offshoot of a Benjamin Franklin invention which was a pad created to help stop wounded soldiers from bleeding.
-In 1929 Dr. Earle Haas patented and invented the modern-day tampon (with applicator).
The women of today have a basket full of options to quiet this monster for a few days. The commonly used pill popping strategy should not be considered as relief for the cyclical functions of our bodies. As our vessel grows older, pharmaceuticals become a necessity for better quality life, not for life’s short irritations.
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