Hello, my g/f has irregular cycles (gets it once every two or three months). When she was on birth control, her period came every month (more regular).
As soon as we stopped the birth control, a few months later the periods became irregular again.
I wanted to ask, when we decide to have a baby, are there fertility drugs that can do what the birth control did (give her more periods), but obviously not do the part where it causes you not to get pregnant (the birth control part)?
there are different kinds of fertility meds that she can take to help regulate her periods. She should get online and do research to see what all there is out there that she could try fertiliaid is known to help alot
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