Hello everyone, My name is Ashley. I have been with my boyfriend for a little over 2 years now. I am 21 (will be 22 in a couple months) and he just turned 25 last month. since the beginning of my cycle I have been irregular. for a couple years i didnt actually have a period. within a month of being with my boyfriend i got a period. and for a while after that i didnt have any. last year (2012) the day after my birthday I started having really horrible pains... the next day i started my period. but the pain was so unbelievably bad and the amount of blood being lost, I had to go to the hospital. They diagnosed me with Dysmenorhhea. since then i have had a couple periods, and recently about the last 3 months I have not had a period. The whole time me and my boyfriend have been together we have not used a condom. I really want to have a baby soon. but not so sure if i can?View Thread
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