I would honestly say its just stress. I know I have always been irregular with my periods and I went to my doctor because my husband and I wanted to start trying to have kids. He put me on Metiformn (spelling) which helps regulates hormones which helps regulates periods. You might want her to go see a doctor and have them check her for PCOS which is what causes the irregular periods. About a month after taking the medicine I became pregant. So if you two are trying that would be the first step I would take. If you guys arent and your just worried, tell her to relax and stop taking so many test. Because stress can affect cycles as well.View Thread
I have a massage scheduled for next week, but just recently was told at my gender scan that I had a low lying placenta. Should I cancel my massage or is it still safe? Also I was not given any restirctions with this low lying placenta, but I have seen many people post that they have restrictions. Should I call or just assume that if I had any the doctor would of given me some at the time of appointment.
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