for the record, what I did say and comment on (and if you had read my links in any depth) is that in the Hygienists experience, the "symptoms of menstruation" and the "profuse loss of blood" are the abnormal and pathological, and where ovulation is the normal physiology of a females body.
Far be it for me as a mere man to comment on "female problems" but we do consider Ovulation to be a normal process which is not necessarily accompanied with any "show of blood" or any other symptom so commonly associated with the Ovulatory cycle.
It is quite true that there is usually a loss of blood during part of the period of ovulation, but it is also equally true that with almost all women in civilized society, the period is marked by other morbid symptoms. We have no more right to consider the loss of blood to be an essential part of the process of ovulation than we have to regard the accompanying pain to be so.
Our conclusion is that the loss of blood is pathological and that it is in no sense a natural (normal) or necessary part of the physiological process of ovulation.
This was pointed out by Dr. Trall MD. over seventy-five years ago, that in practically all cases, the loss of blood "is in almost exact inverse ratio to the constitutional tone and vigor."
In what we consider to be civilized countries, women oscillate between great extremes. In some there is no menstrual flow, in others it is very scanty and lasts but a few hours, or for a day or two, while in others it lasts seven or eight days, accompanied with much pain and discomfort, and the flow is so profuse as to be almost hemorrhagic. Add to this: rising temperature, an irregular pulse-beat, changes in blood pressure, abdominal pain, depression, changes in temperament, frequent headaches, pains in the back and legs, pimples on the face, constipation or diarrhea, a peculiar Body Odor , and a general lowering of-muscular tone.
These marked variations in menstruation correspond in exact ratio with the varying degrees of health of different women, or in the same woman at different times. There does not exist a greater difference between the human female and the female among the lower animals in this matter, than exists between some women and other women.
It is also significant that a female who is free from toxemia, who is well nourished and physically fit, will not suffer from these "pathological symptoms" as described above, and of what in any other condition of the body, would be considered to be a state of disease and remediable.