The standard six-week clearance in NZ is causing more harm than good, says trainer Renee Norman.
The research found young women feel immense pressure to have it all.
Engaging your core is a lot more than just getting washboard abs.
The retailer has 11,000 staff across the country.
People are saying it's a ludacris attempt to "solve a problem that doesn't exist".
Following the procedure, she began experiencing "severe contraction-like pain".
Some women are paying hundreds of dollars for insertion when they should be getting the highly effective intra-uterine devices for free.
Products will be rolled out for free at all New Zealand schools from June in an effort to end period poverty.
"Because it's stressful and busy it's hard to maintain staff right across the country."