Why don't I ovulate. Also very irregular periods can't get pregnant?

Various reasons. There are many causes of irregular cycles the most common is polycystic ovary disease, a syndrome that has irregular cycles and androgen excess (excessive hair growth, acne, increased testosterone). However, thyroid problems, breast discharge, obesity, poor diet, excessive exercise, low bmi, pitiutary tumors, and uterine scarring are some of the other reasons for absent or infrequent periods.
Frustrating. I am sure this is causing you great concern since you are trying to get pregnant. See your doctor or infertility specialist for options to get your cycles back on track.

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I'm 18 and want to get pregnant but I have irregular periods how can I tell when my ovulation days are?

Count backwards. Ovulation occurs 14 days before menses. You will need to count backward to establish your cycle, then look at the calendar and count forward for the next cysle.... Read more...

Am trying to get pregnant but I have irregular ovulation and irregular periods. What should I do? Is there any medications?

See a gynecologist. You will need to see a gynecologist to help with the problem. He or she will likely run some tests to see why your cycle is not regular. There is no medication over-the-counter to take for this kind of problem. Read more...

Been trying to get pregnant for over 3 years. I have irregular periods all the time, and sometimes only last a few days. Could I not be ovulation?

Need testing. 3 years without pregnancy requires a gynecologists visit and full evaluation. Tests for time of ovulation if any, hormone and egg reserve tests. Also utero tubo gram (hsg) to see if uterus is normal and tubes open. Also your partners semen analysis . The results will help determine treatments. Do not delay this any longer. Read more...

Hi. I have irregular periods. Just got off the 2nd round of provera (medroxyprogesterone). Should I take Clomid to ovulate and get pregnan?

Not yet. It can take several months for your periods to regulate after you stop the depo-provera shot. See your doctor if your periods haven't resumed 6 months after stopping the shot. Read more...
It can help. Clomid (clomiphene) is a safe succesful treatment for many women ttc who have ovulatory problems. It is not 100% successful but has a good track record. Absolutely only to be used under care of a doctor skilled in this area, and only after ruling out conflicting problems though. Read more...

Am I pregnant? I have always had irregular periods that's why when I got pregnant with my daughter we were quite surprised. Well we are trying for another one but its really hard to figure out the "right time" I used an ovulation test and when I found my

This . This is a very difficult question to answer due to the fact that you have irregular periods. You can take an early prediction pregnancy test in another 2 weeks or so. We usually say it can be taken 6 to 10 days before your next period is due, but since you don't know that, about 2 more weeks will be sufficient. Good luck. Read more...