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I have not got my period over 45 days... i stopped taking the oral contraceptive last year november 14' and have experienced irregular periods since... i am currently sexually active however have had 6 pregnancy test till date... i wanted to know if i hav

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Dr. Georgia Latham answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Anovulatory cycles: If you are trying to get pregnant then you should be evaluated. You are probably having anovulatory cycles (cycles in which an egg is not released), and you are less likely to conceive. If you have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) then there are medications that you can take that can regulate your periods and increase your fertility. If you do not have PCOS, there are other treatments to help

Answered 4/18/2015

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