I am 22 years old, when I was 20 and trying to get pregnant I would go almost 4 months without a period when I went to the doctor they found cysts on my ovaries and wouldn't take them off. I had tried birthcontrol for awhile buy stopped it because it didn't help my periods. We tried getting pregnant for almost 2 years. My husband already had 3 boys and was checked to make sure he was okay to have more, he was fine. Last month I bled for 7 straight days, passed very large blog clots so we thought I had a miscarriage but didn't. This month it was 6 1/2 days the same thing. I've had cancer cells removed once from my cervix and they are back but not bad. Is This a sign that I may not be able to have children or that something is wrong that they are not finding?View Thread
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