Hello my name is Kristy. I am 19 and married and am trying to have children with the man I love deeply. But my period is VERY off. I have a period MAYBE 1 time every 2 years (Had my first period at the age of 10). The only time my period has been regular is when on birth control. So I was wondering is there a way other than birth control to regulate my period? Because I know that having a regular period will help with trying to conceve a baby.
I believe that since birth control regulates my periods that means that I am stressed? Because I ALWAYS feel stressed. ANY information will help! Thank you everyone so much! <3
P.S. Please do not critisize me about my age and tell me I am too young. Because I do not think I am too young. And I know I am ready and we are WELL equipt to have a child.
I don't think you're too young lol when you're ready you're ready:-) now with your periods being so very off, it almost tells me you aren't ovulating all the time (just fyi I'm not a dr lol). What you may want to involve an ob/gyn though. Just tell him your plans, what you're experiencing, ect. And I'm sure he can get you on the right track :-) good luck! might be something as simple as your hormones are off a little :-)
Thank you so much for your advice. Is it possible to request a woman OB/GYN. Just wondering because I have had bad experiences with men and dont like strange men gawking down there... Let alone TOUCHING! I would more than likely freak out and punch him >.<
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