what about someone with an irregular period. its hard to tell if your prego or not. They say no period no baby. I didnt get my period for 6 months one time and next thing you know i was 3 months prego. Healthy baby was growing in me but then I had a miscarriage. What kind of advice can you suggest for women with irregular periods. I'm totally against those birth control pills and all those different contraceptive methods.. just a family thing.View Thread
I have major problems with my period. I'm super irregular! At one point I didnt get my period for 3 years. Im 27 years old and Haven't had my period since the end of January. Funny thing though I still get the cramping and the pms symptoms every month. Ive taken pg tests and all are negative. My stomach is getting really swollen and round and i get cramps on my right side. Sometimes I cant even breath from how swollen it gets. It eventually goes down, but anyhow. The last week of July I spotted for 3 days. It was so lightly I did not have to wear a pad. Could that of been my period?View Thread
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