Inducing labor happens for many reasons. Many times, it is because of a health risk to the mother or the child. These health risks can be because of an infection, gestational diabetes, a lack of amniotic fluid around the baby, and many other factors.
Lactation is the secretion of milk from the mammary glands, which usually occurs after a woman has a baby, or sometimes during pregnancy. Once a mother starts lactating, she can breastfeed and pump milk into bottles so others can feed the infant.
The hormone’s estrogen and progesterone fluctuating may cause irregular menses or periods. They are most common in young girls who just started the menstrual process or women that are close to menopause. A woman can also experience irregular menses because of birth control, stress, thyroid problems, breastfeeding, pregnancy, and exercising too much. Medical professionals may recommend birth control to regulate hormones.