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Use "menstrual" in a sentence
"A female interrogator smeared what she described as menstrual blood -- it was fake -- on a prisoner."
"Every day in my office, I see at least one girl who fits the definition of menstrual disturbance, said Dr. Smith, who defined that condition as six or fewer periods a year."
"On one hand, if I become deeply disabled, I trust that my family will do right by me (lucky for me, I do have a family that I can trust here) and will make difficult decisions with my best care in mind (and damnit, they better stop my periods by hook or crook - they cause the most miserable moment of my existence, I have already medically stopped them by conscious choice, and I will come back and haunt from the grave anyone who decides that in order to be a real live comatose woman, I need no brain function but I do need to go back to suffering the week-long monthly evisceration I call my menstrual cycle)."