ive been trying for a while now with no luck but my periods are so irregular an scattered i cant do all the ovulation tests. o may go a month or so with out a period. when should i see a dr about a fertility test?View Thread
they say it takes around a year to concieve. thats why they say come back in may. ive been trying for a while but since ive gotten of the bc i never have a regular period. normal period in sept nothing in oct two days in nov now nothing in dec or yet in jan. i just dkl. i feel the same way everyone else getting pregnant after one time this is crazy. but be patient they say it happens when u quit tryin but obviously they never had to do that cuz u dont just quit.View Thread
well this gives me hope b/c i have been ahavin alot of the same issues with the irregular periods after bc. i was on the depo for six years an decided i wanted to concieve. when i got off in march of 2010 i dint have a period for like 8 months. when i did finally start i bled for eighteen days straight. they put me on the pill to stop the bleedin an told me after a couple months or reggular periods we would stop an let mother nature do her thing. well no such luck after a few normal cycles we stopped the pills an havent been able to get regular. i have a "normal" 5 day period back the beginning of sept. then nothing in oct. a two day in nov. an now nothing in dec or jan. going to take a test in a couple days to make sure( fingers crosses) but really wondering how long before i should demand a fertility test.View Thread
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