So many things can disrupt our menstrual cycle including stress, illness, excessive exercise and more. If you continue to have irregular cycles when previously you were regular, see your MD just to set your mind
The only way to not get pregnant is to not have sex. End of story. The only way to lower one's chances of becoming pregnant is to use at least one form of birth control, mechanical barrier, hormonal or otherwise. Pulling
Yes & yes! First, congratulations on your new baby! One of the most common events after childbirth and hospitalization/severe illness is loss of hair. This same stress can alter your menstrual cycle, making it either short
you could be dealing with a delayed ovulation situation.
Thats bout all I can tell you with the information you provided
I keep posting that I'll be back and each day I don't. I have some good blogs to post, but today I'm very hypomanic (Depressed and high energy at same time). Looking back I've been struggling with more depression the past
thankyou so much for this information. Will look into it all.
The very best in my opinion is using a temp chart along with tracking the status of my cervical fluid.
As back up I use the ferning method