My period started at 16. Was never regular. (2-4 mo without one). At 18 I was put on a pill, which worked great. I was on it for 15 yrs non stop. I am 33 now and stopped taking the pill 9 months ago.
Periods are still irregular, with light bleeding. My obgyn did the following tests:Inhibin; FSH; Estradiol, Prolactin; TSH; Progesterone, Testosterone; Hemoglobin and glucose tests. All tests came back NORMAL. I had a procedure done to check my uterus and tubes. All clear and positioned normally.
Progesterone test in June showed that I ovulated. I had a light period, we tried to conceive again. However, test in July (this mo) showed I did not ovulate. I am waiting for my period and now its day 33 and no period/discharge of any sort.
What can be done to fix this? I want my body to work like its suppose to... I exercise regularly (not over extending myself) and maintain healthy weight. No smoking/heavy drinking or drugs. No diseases or health issues.
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