Dr. Smith wrote a very good post a few months back about contraceptives and fertility , you might find some useful information in it. If you are considering having another child, it might be beneficial to contact your doctor and have a check up. Make sure to bring up the irregular cycles and talk to your doctor about any other concerns you might have.
It has been noted that it may take some time to get your cycle normal after stopping birth control. Dr. Smith wrote a post a few months back about contraceptives affecting fertility , you might want to take a look at it.
If your cycle is still not normal after 2 years, you may want to talk to your doctor about it. There are ways to help get your cycle back on track.
It's Read Me Week, I thought I'd find out what you ladies are reading lately? I am trying to make my way through Eat, Pray, Love. But life seems to be hectic lately and I am not having much luck. I just finished the book, The Red Tent. I've been wanting to read this for years now and finally found the time.
What books are you reading? What have you read lately? Are there any books you'd recommend for others as a "must" read?View Thread
I know many of you aren't giving it much thought as to when the baby will be born, it's the getting pregnant that seems the challenge. However, many people everywhere are trying to have a baby on 11/11/11.
Welcome to Monday. How is your week starting out? Any big plans this week? Today is National Green Day. How green are you in your life? Do you try to live green or is it not important to you? What ways would you like to be green?
Check in tell us how your week is going, what you did over the weekend and lets talk about going green!
How was everyone's weekend? Did you do anything exciting? I went shopping with my one sister for a party we are having for another sister. Then we crafted a bit for the party Saturday night and then went to another family members birthday party. Seems my weekends are never long enough . What's in store for everyone this week? As you are traveling through you're week, I wanted to remind each of you of National Woman's Heart Day. No matter what our age, we women need to be mindful of our Hearts Health. Check out our WebMD Heart Disease Community , if you have any concerns regarding your heart!