Definition of menstrual in English:

menstrual

Syllabification: men·stru·al
Pronunciation: /ˈmenstrəl
 
, ˈmenstrəwəl
 
/

adjective

Of or relating to the menses or menstruation: menstrual blood
More example sentences
  • We examined whether women with irregular cycles have more menstrual symptoms than do women with regular cycles.
  • Do you think someone's behavior may be telling you about a menstrual disorder?
  • An incorrect menstrual history can, of course, alter the correct interpretation of the test.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin menstrualis, from menstruum 'menses', from mensis 'month'.

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