CONVERSATIONS about feminine wellness are still considered taboo or even shameful, especially in conservative countries like the Philippines. From menstrual problems to reproductive health and even menopause concerns, there is still a significant lack of resources for women regarding these issues.

"Women deserve access to all the information and resources they need to ensure that their feminine wellness is taken care of," said Dr. Catherine Howard, head of Cardinal Santos Medical Center's (CSMC) Reproductive and Sexual Health committee and the CSMC Laser Gynecologic Group. "Feminine health is nothing to be ashamed about."

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