n. (plural of menstrual cycle English)
Usage examples of "menstrual cycles".
While some women continue to have regular menstrual cycles up to the age of fifty-four or fifty-five, conception after the age of fifty was rare until the recent development of medical technologies using hormone therapy and artificial fertilization.
The woman had just changed the absorbent leather strap she wore during her menstrual cycles and since her delivery, and she had wanted to go into the nearby woods to bury the soiled one.
The solar center of a woman's universe was her uterus, and monthly menstrual cycles precipitated great storms of disorders - throb.
In fact, such women are more likely to produce unusual gynaecological symptoms under pressure than women with regular menstrual cycles.
The solar center of a woman's universe was her uterus, and monthly menstrual cycles precipitated great storms of disorders - throbbing lust, hysteria, and insanity.
Women's menstrual cycles seemed to coincide with Luna, but Tran's double moons were small and much closer than Earth's.
Time was measured also by heartbeats, the rhythms of drowsiness and sleep, the recurrence of hunger, the menstrual cycles of women, the duration of loneliness.
Like college girls sharing a dorm room, Desdemona and Lina were both synchronized in their menstrual cycles.