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Judith Galang-Perez

Obstetrician - Gynecologist

Asian Hospital Inc

Email: j***@***.com

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Asian Hospital Inc

Philippines

Company Description

Asian Hospital and Medical Center is a tertiary hospital accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), the world's most prestigious accrediting body for health care organizations. Asian Hospital is a part of the Metro Pacific Hospital Group, a grou... more

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Myths of Menstruation

www.healthtoday.net [cached]

Dr. Judith Galang-Perez, an obstetrician-gynecologist at Asian Hospital and Medical Center, helps make sense of the many myths.
1. You shouldn't bathe during menstruation. Bathing was believed to be a cause of dysmenorrhea. However, there is no established evidence on how bathing can cause or worsen menstrual cramps. Dr. Galang-Perez says women will actually want to bathe more during their period to keep themselves feeling fresh and smelling clean. Dr. Galang-Perez says exercise can actually help reduce cramps and the endorphin boost it causes may minimize the mood swings frequently associated with the monthly cycle.


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