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TORYGRAPGH | Tampon sales fall as working women choose contraceptives to stop their monthly cycles, 2017
"The figures, collected from Britain's biggest retailers by Kantar Worldpanel, show the total amount spent on tampons fell from £56 million in 2012 to £43 million in 2016.
'We don't need to bleed': why many women are giving up on [menstruation], 18 July
"Catriona Clarke, 25, from Cambridge, was thrilled when she realised she could stop having periods thanks to her contraceptive pills."
New medical procedure could delay menopause by 20 years, 4 Aug
"The procedure, which costs between £7,000 and £11,000, is being offered to women up to the age of 40 through ProFam, a Birmingham-based company set up by Simon Fishel, an IVF doctor and president of the UK Care Fertility Group, in collaboration with other specialists."

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by Cat on Sun Aug 4th, 2019 at 11:10:41 PM EST
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