So my husband and I have been trying for almost a year, since June 2012 and got pregnant that same month. Had a miscarriage in August and immediately started trying again. We have had no luck so far. In December I had my normal period and then nothing for 4 months! Went to my doc and she gave me progesterone to jump start my cycle, worst period of my life! Now its a month and a half later and my period is late again but pregnancy test is negative. Should I go back and see my doc? I really don't wanna be on fertility meds, I was really reluctant to go on progesterone for just 10 days. I have been looking into herbal remedies for ovulation and reproductive health. Anyone heard of anything or tried anything that worked to regulate their cycle?View Thread
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