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My Saukhyam Journey

Let's delve into the narrative of relief, research, and advocacy from Prof Sujata Sharma, a research scholar from DAVV University, Indore.

Period pain, menstrual cramps, related rashes and itching are so common among menstruating women and girls, that it seems to be overlooked and normalized. It is said that 10 out 0f 100 women have severe cramps and pain that affect their daily activities every  two or three days in a month. I definitely was one among those women, before using Saukhyam.

With costly disposable pads having toxic chemicals and plastics, I was constantly suffering from rashes and itches. Menstruation which should have been a celebration of my womanhood became a realistic nightmare to me. I switched between many sanitary napkin brands and none was helpful. Then I researched on reusable period products and found about Saukhyam.

I have personally experienced the transformative power of Saukhyam reusable pads. These pads have not only provided me with a sustainable and reliable menstrual hygiene solution but have also significantly improved my overall well-being and confidence. Saukhyam's reusable banana fiber pads transformed my menstrual experience, providing an eco-friendly, cost-effective, and healthier alternative to disposables. They alleviated my PMS symptoms, eased heavy flow and have regulated my cycle, empowering me personally. 

I am currently pursuing my PhD titled "Impact of Social Entrepreneurship on Socio-Economic Empowerment of Women within the Context of Menstrual Hygiene in Rural and Semi Urban Sector of India" from DAVV University, under the supervision of Dr. Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu at Prestige Institute of Management & Research, Indore. Now, as I delve deeper into my research, I am driven by the desire to extend this positive impact I experienced through Saukhyam to other women in similar settings. I envision Saukhyam reusable pads as a catalyst for change, empowering women across rural and semi-urban India by enhancing their health, dignity, and socioeconomic status.

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