Can I get pregnant with irregular periods?

Yes. When your periods are irregular, you may not be ovulating. A specialist can figure that out and identify any potential cause. Most of the time it is pretty easy to get you to ovulate and pregnancy rates are very high in most women.
Long-Term DepoProver. I also have some links to information about depo-provera that i forgot to add to my previous answer (http://bitly.Com/whuebm). Remember that over 2 years of depo-provera is risk of losing bone mineral and getting osteoporosis. Your bf may have a point. See your doc for details and alternative contraception.
Get PG& Irreg Cycles. Agree that irregular cycles usually mean irregular ovulation. Timing hard when unknown ovulation. Many causes (pcos very common), treatment effective (clomid, letrozole, metformin, gonadotropins, ivf), & other causes possible (up to 35% have mult problems - get tested). Natural therapy such as weight control (norm bmi), monitor ovulation (http://bit.Ly/zhx3ds). See specialist.

Related Questions

Tell me how can I get pregnant with irregular periods?

Possible . It depends on how irregular your periods are. As long as you ovulate, there is a chance you can get pregnant unless your tubes are blocked. If your periods are very irregular, you can go on a medication to regulate your cycles that will improve your chances. See your gynecologist. Read more...

How can I get pregnant with irregular periods, thyroid problem, and irregular hormones? I take medication for my thyroid and I've been loosing weight.

Multiple . Correcting the thyroid may help make the cycles more regular. This also may help promote ovulation which is critical to getting pregnant. If correcting the thyroid doesn't straighten out the cycles you may need an additional medication like clomid (clomiphene). Read more...

What can I do to get pregnant with irregular periods, due to hormonal imbalance??

Ovulation signs. The challenge with irregular periods is that it is more difficult to predict ovulation. If you are extremely irregular you may need to consult a specialist about medication to help. Otherwise, an "egg white" vaginal discharge appears and sexual desire tends to increase preceding ovulation. Some women get a pain to one side & your "basal body temperature" may drop slightly just prior to ovulation. Read more...

If I had sex on the 13, 14, 15 and had my period on the 10th and now im having cr as mps does this mean I can get pregnant with irregular periods?

Uncertain. The ability to get pregnant with irregular cycles is often decreased because you release eggs less often (or not at all). The chance of pregnancy with a last period starting on the 10th and sex on 13-15 is pretty small. Having cramps now probably has nothing to do with pregnancy or the sex. Get a preganncy test and follow your periods to see how irreg. They are. Then see a doc for preg help. Read more...

How can I get pregnant when I've had irregular periods and haven't had a period in the past 5 or 6 months? I don't have pcos.

See a REI specialist. If your periods are irregular we need to find out why. You're not ovulating every month, but still have a chance of getting pregnant on your own. Other than pcos, it could be low egg supply (diminished ovarian reserve), thyroid or prolactin hormone problems, or low hormone levels. Treatment, depending on the cause of your irregular cycles, can help you get pregnant - see a rei specialist for help. Read more...

I had an abortion 5 months ago. How I was trying to concieve the doctor told me I have pcos! Can I ever get pregnant again? I have irregular periods

Yes. While more difficult for many, women with pcos get pregnant every day. Medications like metformin in addition to lifestyle changes like weight loss and exercise can help many. Read more...
Probably. . While not guaranteed, women with pcos often conceive with the help of infertility treatment, usually with ovulation induction agents such as Clomiphene citrate (clomid). When ready to conceive, see your gyn or infertility specialist for evaluation and management. Read more...