The female reproductive system is an incredibly delicate, clever, complicated beast: from fallopian tubes to ovaries, eggs, uterus, breasts, vulvas and vaginas. And to conceive it needs to be in good working order.
If you’ve any concerns, it’s worth going to see your GP.
Spotting, very heavy periods or pain in the reproductive area are some things to watch out for. Half of women having trouble conceiving have reproductive issues, which can range from endometriosis to PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) and fibroids.
Tracking your monthly cycle is important:
You’ll learn what’s normal for you, can spot patterns and irregularities, and share this data with your doctor.