Thank you. That is very comforting. I really appreciate your help. Sincerely, Manda PS- I always wear my seat belt and I am glad for that because it was a pretty bad accident. The car was totaled. The worst part was the fact that my 2 year old daughter and 8 year old niece were in the car. We all came out of it okay though.View Thread
I got in a car accident back in October and the seat belt left a horrible bruise across my pelvic area (from hip to hip). I monitor my cycle on the WebMD fertility calculator and before the accident I was either spot on with it or a day or two early, but always very close. Since the accident I have been starting 5-7 days earlier than what the calculator says except this month, I am now 3 days late. I am concerned that the accident has caused me to have problems and I was wondering what you think. I don't have insurance so going to a doctor will be a last resort.View Thread
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