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Regular Periods But Infertility
I'm 20 and going into my third cycle trying to concieve. I have regular periods. I get bad pms/ cramps but not heavy periods. Could I be infertile?
Fertility: Infertility can be caused by a number of specific and different problems in the anatomy and chemical processes that lead to pregnancy. Ovulation may be occurring and periods happening but if the fallopian tubes are blocked pregnancy cannot happen. There are many variables here. Periods represent regular ovulation. ...Read more
Can long term dieting & exercising in gym cause future infertility? Lost 20 kgs quickly. But periods are regular.
No: But tuberculosis of the fallopian tubes can ...Read more
TB and infertility: Yes, this can happen. Read NN Chowdhury - Journal of the Indian Medical Association, 1996 - ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov ...Read more
Woman who is ovulating regularly nd has regular period cycle can have any infertility issues? How can we detect it?
Ovulatory: Problems account for about 30% of female fertility problems. Tubal problems are a very close second, and other problems such as endometriosis make it a fairly long list. Of all couples who seek help for fertility issues, about 40% have a male (husband) factor. So "yes" many possible problems, testing with a doctor who understands the issues will figure things out quickly. ...Read more
What are the odds of infertility in a woman with pocs if the woman has regular periods? If the woman has pocs but her period comes every month on schedule (a few days later or earlier sometimes, nothing too drastic) will she have difficulty having childre
PCOS: Pcos can be a tricky diagnosis since it can overlap and be confused with other conditions. In 2003 a consensus workshop sponsored by two organizations, eshre/asrm, indicated that to be diagnosed with pcos, patients needed to meet 2 out of 3 criteria including irregular or no ovulation (oligo ovulation and/or anovulation) excess androgen hormones (by symptoms or blood tests) and/or polycystic ovaries (by gynecologic ultrasound). Based on these criteria it was determined that approximately 30% of patients diagnosed with pcos will have regular menses, although not always with ovulation. Women with pcos do have problems conceiving mainly from this lack of ovulation. So if you can do testing for ovulation with an ovulation predictor kit or temperature charts and they look normal, then you are probably ok! Keep in mind that there are many reasons why people cannot get pregnant including the partner, tubes being blocked, etc. That can also impact fertility. Hope this helps and good luck! ...Read more
Not enough data: While it's sometime helpful to look at discharge to time your ovulation (discharge is thinner during ovulation), it's not the only information a woman should use to determine ovulation. The easiest is to use an ovulation predictor kit. That will tell you if you're ovulating. Some women rely on taking temperature every day and checking discharge. When there's a spike in temp --> ovulation. ...Read more
This is my second month on Clomid (clomiphene) and was told I do not ovulate? Can I have a regular period and not ovulate. And what are other causes of infertility
Check out these: Links. Godspeed! Http://www. Webmd. Com/infertility-and-reproduction/default. Htm. Http://m.voices. Yahoo. Com/10-herbs-promote-fertility-increase-chances-2491984.html. ...Read more
Hot temperature few days to period. Body inching during period. Inching of breast before period. Infertility for 10 years. In-regular period?
In 2015 :Feb 7, March 11, April 21, May 23, July 4, August 12, Sept 9, Oct 22 Nov 27, Dec 29. In 2016: February 4. Is this considered regular periods?
I think so...: Only once during the time you reported did your period come exactly 28 days later (in September), but on the other hand you had a period nearly every month ranging from 1 day late to 15 days late. So they are regular, but not perfectly so. I believe it is accepted that a cycle length varying between 2 and 20 days can be considered regular. But you certainly can't predict ovulation from them! ...Read more
Yes. Use an OPK kit: Regular periods mean you're ovulating regularly - try using an ovulation predictor kit (opk): test between 10 am and noon, starting on day 10 of your cycle. The first morning urine is not as accurate. Try the ovuquick brand if a drugstore test doesn't work for you. The day of a + ve test and the next 2 days are your most fertile days. If you're not pregnant after 12 months ttc see a rei specialist. ...Read more
Doctor: See your doctor, if you don't have one get a good obg. Pcos is fairly common and you can get good help to regulate periods, address symptoms, and when ttc - but there's no internet cure for you. Natural and otc products for pcos do not work, but a good doctor can help you alot working one-on-one. Good luck. ...Read more
Depends: Take birth control pills for 3 months and your period will become regular. ...Read more
Good morning, I'm 37 I have very regular periods, my problems is that after 10 days I start spotting?
Hard to say!: Could you be pregnant? That's the most important thing to check for, if it is possible. Otherwise there are lots of reasons for spotting, including infection and hormonal problems, as well as stress! If you are pregnant and bleeding get seen right way. If you have fever or pain and spotting, get seen right away. Otherwise, if it happens next month, too, see your doc and find out why. ...Read more
What could be the major side effects of not having periods as previously used to have regular periods?
See a doctor: There really are no side effects from not having periods but more importantly it can be caused by other things that need to get checked out. If you are sexually active you need to make sure you are not pregnant and if not then you need evaluation of a possible hormonal imbalance or acquired anatomical problem with your uterus ...Read more
I am 17, never had regular periods, never had sex or any pills what should I do to have regular periods.
Diagnosed with disordered proliferative endometrium. Never had regular periods. Can I still have children?
Endometrium? 's: If the production of estrogen in the ovary is irregular, the lining of the womb (endometrium) will grow and degenerate at different times, causing irregular bleeding. If ovulation does not occur, your "periods" will be just bleeding, and not predictable. If pregnancy is desired, ovulation induction may be necessary. See your gyn provider for advice on this. ...Read more
Regular periods every 30days at age 53. Sporadically my period will start again 2weeks later for several days??
I spotted for a day, but I usually have regular periods and I don't know what this could be. Could it be from stress?
Yes: Stress can influence entire hormonal production as well as immunity. Stress management and meditation can healp. ...Read more
I always have regular periods and this time it came two weeks early. I'm not on contraceptions but I am sexual active?
My 14yr old started her period in august, she had 3 regular periods and now they've completely stopped! Is this normal?
Depends: Many teens have cycles that do not include ovulation during the first year. When this happens, the normal pattern of hormonal interaction is not present to pace the system. Irregular timing or an interval of up to 3 months is occasionally seen between periods. More than a 90 day delay would suggest other issues. ...Read more
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