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    6 Menstrual Myths Revealed

    by Stacey Colino, Sasha Henriques, Woman's Day Staff, Leslie Goldman
    Find out if girlfriends' cycles really align, cramps are genetic and more
    • Laura Marquez

      Menstrual Cycle Myths

    • Stacy Williams

      Did you know that women who live together often get their periods at the same time? Read these other interesting facts about your menstrual cycle! #health #women, I know this is 100% true- I work with other women for 12 hrs. a day & I know all our cycles come together

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