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intr.v. men·stru·at·ed, men·stru·at·ing, men·stru·ates
To experience menstruation or a menstrual period.

[Late Latin mēnstruāre, mēnstruāt-, from Latin mēnstrua, menses, from neuter pl. of mēnstruus, menstrual; see menstrual.]
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"We stay here when menstruating. We have idols of Gods at home, so we are not allowed to stay there," said a teenage girl.
A randomised controlled trial concerning 198 menstruating women between the ages of 18 and 50 years was conducted, with the women all iron deficient, non anaemic, with unexplained fatigue and ferritin levels below 50g/L.
London, May 2 (ANI): A new study has suggested that women who start menstruating earlier than their peers are more likely to give birth to girls.
A spokeswoman from the Women's Equality Party Grampian said: "We would love to see more employers in Aberdeen implementing policies that support women when they are menstruating or going through the menopause.
Children, pregnant women, menstruating women, elderly and those that are unwell or travelling are not expected to fast.
An assortment of apparently unrelated people and thingsincluding corpses, lepers, menstruating women, men who have had a seminal emission, and certain kinds of lizardsare defined in the Torah as bearers of tumah.
Could it be that the "menstruating boys" are just confused girls who masquerade as boys?
'A number of countries have started to develop programmes and integrate menstrual hygiene management in their policies including removing taxes for sanitary materials that women use when they are menstruating.
She later came back to me for a more in depth conversation about the problems faced by menstruating women in refugee camps in Uganda."
Hindus chant devotional songs during a protest against reports of two women of menstruating age entering the Sabarimala temple, one of the world's largest Hindu pilgrimage sites, in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, Wednesday, Jan.
Summary: Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], Jan 11 (ANI): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday briefed Governor P Sathasivam on the law and order situation in the state after violence erupted in the region following the entry of two women of menstruating age inside the premises of Sabarimala temple on January 2.
The practice of "chhaupadi" banishes menstruating girls and women to animal sheds or huts for the duration of their period, when they are thought to be impure.