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Light Periods And Fertility
Are light periods a sign of poor fertility? Last 3days. My ob said uterus looks fine on u/s but i've been struggling to get pregnant for last 8mo.
Light periods ok: The light periods are not associated with decreased fertility. If you are 32 and you have not conceived yet, i would recommend trying to see when you ovulated with opk and if not, then beginning the workup with your gynecologist to check a sperm count and see if your tubes are patent. Since you've been pregnant in past, i would make sure there are no risk for recurrent miscarriage also. ...Read more
I have low fertility but now im worried because my last two periods have been very light i always have a heavy period is my fertility even worse now?
As a teen, very heavy 7 day periods. Now light 4 days. Ttc for 8 mo now, endo, 1ovary. Dieting @ 1230 cal/day, 5'2", 145 lbs. Reduced fertility?
Yes: Most likely given dieting, endometriosis and 1 ovary. Check with nutritionist how many calories you should be getting b/c you are a little overweight (and sometimes overweight people have fertility problems) but if you are trying to get pregnant, you should not be radically dieting. ...Read more
I Lost 20 kgs quickly thru crash diet & working out in gym in 6 months.Will this affect my fertility permanently?My periods are regular.m 22 age 69kgs
Am 26 years old lady for me periods are always 2 months once its happening andi just want to know thatit will prevents fertility or not ?.And what all
Periods?: Do you mean you get a period every 2 months, or that you bleed for 2 months straight? Neither one means you are infertile, although both are abnormal. You'd do well to see a doctor in the office, you could sort this out pretty quickly. Good luck. ...Read more
What causes LH to be elevated for long periods of time? I started testing on cd3 to document what I have been complaining about, because I read it would cause fertility problems. It has been elevated since cd 3 almost as dark as a positive. On CD5 it was
My periods are 50 days apart. Does this mean I am definitely not ovulating? Besides fertility drugs, is there anything i can do to help me ovulate?
Need an evaluation: It is not normal to have cycles every 50 days please get evaluated to find the cause. There are some medical problems that are easily fixed that may make you ovulate on your own once treated--for example an elevated prolactin, thyroid problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I heard that mid way between periods, vaginal se, retion is thicker and signals fertility. My secretion is thickest about 5 days beore period. Whats up?
Look for Spinn!: Cervical mucous becomes thin, stretchy, and voluminous just before ovulation. This is called spinnbarkeit (german for stretchy and elastic). To see this, you need to look at the fluid at the cervix. Vaginal secretions are much more variable, and the changes are often described as stickiness or thickness of the mucous, since there is some thickening in the acidic vagina and after ovulation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
For me periods is happining after one or 2 months intervels, so it will harm for fertility or not? How to prevent?
Skipped periods?: Do you mean you get a period every 1-2 months? If 27 years is your correct age, this is almost guaranteed oligo-ovulation, which is very common. It doesn't mean you are infertile, but it can make conceiving difficult. See a doctor in the office, you could sort this out quickly. Good luck. ...Read more
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