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*Saurabh Nimesh, Deepika Dawas, Shikha Dhama


Menstruation is a cyclic event that happens throughout the reproductive phase of a woman’s life. It involves the discharge of primary blood, mucous and endometrial shreds from the liner of the female internal reproductive organ (Uterus). Menstrual practices still face several social, cultural, and spiritual restrictions that area unit a big barrier within the path of the menstrual hygiene management. In several components of the country particularly in rural areas women/girls don't seem to be ready and not privy to menstruation, therefore, they face several difficulties and challenges at home, schools, colleges, and workplaces. Sanitary waste disposal has become an increasing downside in India because the plastic employed in disposable healthful napkins don't seem to be bio-degradable and cause health and environmental hazards. The impact is a lot of pronounced due to the un-organized ways in which of municipal solid waste management and poor community assortment, disposal and transportation networks within the cities and villages. There ought to be a necessity to coach and create them privy to the environmental pollution and health hazards related to them. Implementation of recent techniques like burning will facilitate to scale back the waste. Also, awareness ought to be created to emphasize the utilization of reusable sanitary products or the natural sanitary product made of materials like banana fiber, bamboo fiber, ocean sponges, water hyacinth, and so on.

Keywords: Menarche, ovum, fertile, hormone, taboos, incinerators, hygiene.

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