My women’s health writing challenge explores common health issues unique to women*.
You only need to complete one challenge for every day of the month. Try and do one challenge every day, as writing every day is a wonderful way to grow your skills!
Missed our previous challenges? Last time, we wrote about alcohol and substance misuse, and you can view all the year’s challenges here.
(*women refers to assigned female sex at birth)
Plain text version: 30-Day Health Writing Challenge
Theme: Women’s Health
DAY 1 Define amenorrhea.
DAY 2 Explain what the ovaries do.
DAY 3 List three risk factors for infertility.
DAY 4 Explain what happens in a pap test.
DAY 5 Define cerclage.
DAY 6 List three risk factors for a UTI.
DAY 7 Define postnatal depression.
DAY 8 List three risk factors for prolapse.
DAY 9 Define dysplasia.
DAY 10 List three ways to manage hot flashes.
DAY 11 Define pre-pregnancy care.
DAY 12 List three ways to stay healthy during pregnancy.
DAY 13 Explain what happens in an ectopic pregnancy.
DAY 14 List three common breastfeeding challenges.
DAY 15 List three risk factors for pre-eclampsia.
DAY 16 Define endometriosis.
DAY 17 List three foods to avoid during pregnancy.
DAY 18 List three symptoms of osteoporosis.
DAY 19 Explain how uterine problems are treated.
DAY 20 Explain what oestrogen does.
DAY 21 Define polycystic ovarian syndrome.
DAY 22 Explain what happens during a breast screen.
DAY 23 Define uterine fibroids.
DAY 24 Explain what happens in a hysterectomy.
DAY 25 Define dilation and curettage procedure.
DAY 26 Define uterine problems.
DAY 27 List three menopause symptoms.
DAY 28 Define ovulation.
DAY 29 List three causes of menstrual cramping.
DAY 30 Explain how women can seek mental health support.