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Our Mission

Respect. Period.

At My 28 Days, it’s our goal to encourage conversations around menstrual health with a focus on estradiol across the lifespan, as well as promote and recognize a woman’s period as a critical vital sign – just as relevant to her overall wellness as pulse, body temperature, or respiration rate.

By shedding light on this previously hushed topic, we aim to be a repository of credible information, resources, and answers for women from teens through adulthood to not only better understand menstrual and ovarian health, but to make more information and resources available to women so they can confidently seek the care they deserve.

Here, women obtain knowledge, answers, access, and empowerment when it comes to making evidence- and science-based decisions about their menstrual and ovarian health. My 28 Days also provides a community of caring and compassionate support for women from teens to adulthood on issues concerning health, well-being, and fertility.

My 28 Days’ purpose is to offer hope and science, empathy and evidence, and resources and respect in its efforts to foster a dedicated, comprehensive community of care for women seeking knowledge about their own bodies and reproductive health. Having regular menstrual cycles means a woman is producing proper levels of important sex hormones. These sex hormones are important for overall health and being well, not just for sex and fertility. Learn more about estradiol across the lifespan so you can better advocate for your own health and wellness.

My 28 Days is an initiative of the Mary Elizabeth Conover Foundation. We invite you to contact us at any time.

Menstrual and Ovarian Health

Follow the Evidence

POI Fast Facts

POI is a hormonal deficiency. It is not menopause.

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Know Your Numbers

Understanding estradiol deficiency begins with understanding ovarian hormones.

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The Evidence

Research can help you make evidence-based decisions.

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Think Again

Educate and advocate. Your doctor may not be an expert.

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