I haven't had health insurance until last year since I was a teenager. I have severely irregular periods (like 2 times a year) Ive been with my husband for almost 4 years now and we have almost never used birth control. We really aren't "trying" but having kids is extremely important to me and I am terrified that when I go to the gyno for the first time next month that I will be told I can't conceive. I guess I just need words of encouragement from some other ladies who know how I feel. Thanks for reading and if anyone has any info or suggestions for me on what to say to the dr please reply.View Thread
I too have very irregular periods. For the past 4 years or so I have only had a period around 2 times a year. My husband and I have almost never used birth control and we have been together since 2008. And I havent gotten pregnant. Keep us updated on this natural fertility drug! I hope it works for you!View Thread
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