Hello, I'm 20 years old nd my husband and I have been trying to have a baby for about 2 months now, which I know isn't a good time frame to say I'm infertile, but I have irregular periods and they are always far apart by a month or two, but I just got my period again and its over a week early, is there any way I am infertile?
Like you said 2 months is too early to say your infertile. Even couples with no fertility issues only have about a 20-30% of conceiving each month. Most couples without fertility issues will conceive within 6 months. At your age most doctors would not consider you to have a fertility issue until you've been trying for a year. But if your concerned about your irregular periods then consult your doctor who can help decide if any testing is needed.
You might want to talk to your dr about taking provera to regulate your cycle if you are ttc. I was on it a few months and it helped me greatly after years of only having 1 - 3 cycles a year I am now regular and we are ttc. Best of luck to you!
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