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La menstruación en la historia

@article{GmezSnchez2012LaME,
  title={La menstruaci{\'o}n en la historia},
  author={P{\'i}o Iv{\'a}n G{\'o}mez-S{\'a}nchez and Yaira Yohanna Pardo Mora and Helen Patricia and Hern{\'a}ndez Aguirre and Sandra Patricia and Jim{\'e}nez Robayo and Juan Carlos. and Pardo Lugo},
  journal={Investigaci{\'o}n y Educaci{\'o}n en Enfermer{\'i}a},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={371-377}
}
Objective. To review historical constructs on menstruation. Methodology. Non-systematic review of the literature complemented with consultations with national academic authorities. Results. Menstruation is an experience that involves women and their social group, becoming a relevant event. Treatment of menstrual symptoms is linked to the cultural context in which it is developed. The menstruation experience varies according to popular beliefs, cultural characteristics, and information received… 

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