I always had my periods regular even when I was on Birth Control, but the last few month I haven't ...I got it on November, but not in December..Then I got it on January, but not on February. I am so scare it might be premenopause syntoms since I am 37, but now I will like to try and have a baby. I am currently stated taking Provera so my cycle can finally come. I hope it work. Does anyone had this problem before? I will appreciate any information you can provide to me.
I had the problem after I turned 41. Initially thought it was pregnancy and took hot and tested negative. After 2 months I went to see a physician who tested me for pregnancy and was negative. She tested my hormones for premenopause and they came back normal. I got my period back after 5 or 6 months. So my advise get your hormones checked to see if its premenopause. Am currently pregnant naturally.
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