WARNING: Mention of periods incase...I dunno...any menfolk wander upon this and are uncomfortable or whatever. I've been having medical issues lately and have been going to the doctor and getting blood tests and so on. Anyway, this most recent round of blood tests just turned up a hormonal imbalance. The lab who did the test wrote a note on the results saying a few conditions that could be causing it and one of them (the one which seems most likely now that I've read about them, though I won't know until I actually go back for more doctor-ness, and apparently now I'm supposed to see a specialist so I dunno when that is) is called polycystic ovary syndrome. As far as I can tell, it's basically where your ovaries start to develop several eggs and then just quits partway through the cycle and none of the eggs mature and are released. Something like that, anyway. Anyway, after I read this, I was like "oh! That would explain why I have irregular periods." Then there was a second or two of pause and the I was like "Or maybe the eggs are maturing but just not coming out. What if I'm an internal layer?!" Then it took me a few seconds to remember that that's a chicken problem, not something that happens to humans. I clearly need to spend less time on here.