Get Back To Being You

You know you’re not you when you’re hungry….? Well, you’re also not you when you are menstruating.

Women seem to have been making strides in modern society in all spheres of life. School and the workplace have become (and in some places still becoming) a leveled playing field and women everywhere are excelling in their respective fields.

However, there is an obstacle that most females will just have to learn to cope with. Periods.

Most of us don’t particularly enjoy this monthly visitor that sometimes comes unannounced and brings unwanted presents such as:

  • Bloating
  • Back pains
  • Muscle aches
  • headaches
  • fatigue
  • water-weight gain
  • breast tenderness

And of course we could never forget the most infamous symptom of all, cramps.

We’d be lying if we said that having our period never negatively impacted our performance at school, work or made us think twice about going out with friends. You may find yourself having to plan your life around something that should be a “normal” part of life.

If this is you….

It’s time for an intervention.

Cetamol Menstrual is specifically designed to relieve the aforementioned symptoms so that you can get back to the things that are important to you.

Cetamol Menstrual is especially helpful for adolescents who are just getting used to their menstrual cycle since in these early stages of puberty this new sensation can be quite uncomfortable. We suggest that you adjust the dosage according to your child’s age as recommended on our packaging.

All normal menstrual symptoms should subside. But what are “normal symptoms”.  We’ve been using this term quite frequently but haven’t truly defined it. In our regular day-to-day lives we won’t truly know unless we talk to other pre-menopausal women.

According to CEMCOR, the average length for menstrual bleeding is four to six days and throughout this period the average blood flow should be only be 10 -35 ml.

For reference, the typical tampon or sanitary napkin only holds 5 ml and a heavy flow (also known as menorrhagia) is classified as 80 ml or more. This means going through 12-16 sanitary products per period.

Having a nine day period with mild cramping and a moderate flow may not be cause for concern, but a lengthy period combined with severe cramps and the heavy flow is something you should definitely talk to your doctor about.

Get back to the better you, take Cetamol Menstrual.

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