It's a universal truth that when you are trying to get pregnant everyone but you is pregnant. Men are pregnant. The elderly are pregnant. Woman with IUDs are pregnant. Britney Spears is pregnant with Miley Cyrus' baby. Everyone in the world, but you, is pregnant
Menstruation, also called as periods or monthly bleeding, occurs in women in the reproductive age group (15-44 years). When the body is preparing for pregnancy there is a surge of hormones in the body - so uterus lining thickens. When pregnancy fails, the thickened uterus (filled with blood and tissue) is lost and becomes thin again. There is also a reduction in the hormone levels. The cycle repeats again every month in anticipation of pregnancy throughout the reproductive phase of a woman.
It’s something you see in movies and TV shows all the time. A young, confident woman has grand, practically cinematic plans for her life, and then, suddenly, she ends up pregnant and doesn’t know what the fuck to do. It happened to Rachel Green on Friends, and it was basically the entire plot of the movie Knocked Up, but I never thought it was something that’d happen to me. That is until three years ago when I got pregnant with an IUD.