Skip to main content


This Is How To Plan A Pregnancy Even During Irregular Menstrual Periods

Irregular menstrual periods can make pregnancy planning more difficult. But do not be discouraged yet, this does not mean you can not get pregnant. With patience, there are always ways you can get baby. Menstrual periods are called irregular if they last less than 21 days or longer than 35 days, also if the length of the menstrual period is significantly different from month to month. Irregular menstruation can unfortunately also affect the chances of pregnancy. Things You Need to Do to Plan a Pregnancy There are various causes of irregular menstrual periods, from obesity, perimenopause (the period leading to menopause), thyroid disorders, stress, to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). To determine the cause, you need to see a doctor. In addition to finding out the cause of irregular menstrual periods, you need to know also how irregular your menstrual period is and make arrangements for sexual intercourse when planning a pregnancy. Although it is more difficult, you can still
Recent posts

6 Myths About Cancer That You Need To Know The Facts

Every day you use a cell phone, deodorant, plastic, and consume sugar. Suddenly you hear that all of these things can cause cancer. Before you panic because things aren't necessarily true, let's check the facts. Cancer occurs due to DNA mutations in body cells. The exact cause of this mutation is often unknown. This makes some people assume that there are certain objects that can cause cancer. However, most of these allegations are not true. Facts about Myths Causing Cancer You must already know that things like obesity, smoking, and lack of exercise are some of the risk factors for cancer. In addition, there are various things that are believed by society to cause cancer, which have not been scientifically proven. Let's see what are the common myths that are considered to be the cause of cancer along with the facts: 1. Deodorant or antiperspirant Deodorants and antiperspirants are considered to contain hazardous materials, such as parabens or aluminum. This materi

IQ Test Results Are Not the Only Determinants of Intelligence

For many years, IQ test results have become a benchmark for measuring a person's intelligence. But as time goes by, IQ test results are no longer the sole determinant of intelligence. There are many factors in someone who determine intelligence. IQ is often interpreted as cognitive abilities, talents, intellectuals, thinking abilities, and the ability to use logic in general. IQ tests also become standardized tests designed to assess a person's intelligence, whether lacking, average, or superior. Almost everyone wants to get a high score on an IQ test, because a high IQ score is considered to be able to determine one's success, both in education and in a career. However, this assumption is not right. Psychologists believe that there are other components in a person that play a role in determining intelligence and success, and this component cannot be assessed through IQ tests. IQ Test Function In general IQ tests are used for: Measuring academic ability in school. M