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Question 1: Stronger sensations may include significant menstrual pain (________), abdominal pain, migraine headaches, depression, emotional sensitivity, feeling bloated, changes in sex drive and nausea.
MenorrhagiaPremenstrual syndromeDysmenorrheaMenstrual disorder

Question 2: Some herbs, such as dong quai, ________ leaf and crampbark, are also claimed to relieve menstrual pain;[12] however there is no documented scientific evidence to prove this.
BlackberryBlueberryRaspberryApple

Question 3: Disposable pads may contain wood pulp or ________ products, usually with a plastic lining and bleached.
Gel (disambiguation)GelSiliconeColloid

Question 4: ________ — Natural sponges, worn internally like a tampon to absorb menstrual flow.
SpongeCnidariaAnnelidCtenophora

Question 5: Disposable ________ — A firm, flexible cup-shaped device worn inside the vagina to catch menstrual flow.
Cervical capDiaphragm (contraceptive)Menstrual cupMenstruation

Question 6: It occurs on a regular basis in reproductive-age females of certain ________ species.
PrimateEven-toed ungulateMammal classificationMammal

Question 7: Delay or cessation of menstruation is commonly expected to be the first indication to a ________ that she may be pregnant.
WomanSocietyCivilizationHuman

Question 8: Many women experience uterine cramps, also referred to as ________, during this time, caused largely by the contractions of the uterine muscle as it expels the endometrial blood from the woman's body.
Menstrual disorderMenorrhagiaDysmenorrheaPremenstrual syndrome

Question 9: ________ — Disposable cylinders of treated rayon/cotton blends or all-cotton fleece, usually bleached, that are inserted into the vagina to absorb menstrual flow.
PregnancySanitary napkinBirth controlTampon

Question 10: [1] The females of other placental mammal species have ________, in which the endometrium is reabsorbed by the animal (covert menstruation) at the end of its reproductive cycle.
OvulationPubertyMenstrual cycleEstrous cycle
















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