i haven't had my period since december 5, 2005. i had one light spot in the begining of january. since then, nothing. not even cramps or breast tenderness. i don't think i am pregnant, since i have no symptoms. also, in feb, my doc thought i might have a cyst, so they did an ultrasound, but found nothing.
my husband and i want to get pregnant, but i want to make sure everything is okay. i am going to my obgyn today, and i want to know if there are any certain questions i should ask her. i hope this won't mess up our plans of having a baby soon.
any suggestions would be really appriciated...are there certain things i shouls ask my doctor today?
I am 21 also, my husband and I decided to TTC in Aug 05. Once I stopped the BCP I did not have a period so in Dec 05 I was prescribed provera and then again in Jan 06 when I didnt have a period...I am now 9 weeks pregnant. So if the OB/GYN says everything is fine then I would ask about provera. Keep us posted. Best of luck.
i have not had a period since jan im really getting concered. maybe someone could tell me what could be wrong. ive took 3 pregnancy tests and they all were negative. i have a 2 year old son. i sometimes have symptoms of being pregnant but im not. i have been to the doctor and all the tests came back normal and not pregnant. i would like to know what could be wrong.
i have the same problem.I'm 24 years old and slightly overweight. I have always been chubby due to my thyroid. I'm taking pills for my thyroid. i was on BC for about 2 - 2 1/2 years then i stopped. for that last year that i was on BC, i was getting my period less and less. If i did get it, it would be really light. then I just didn't get it anymore. After I stopped BC, I had been 3-4 months without a period. I started to take folic acid like my doctor said because we have wanted to get preggy. While taking folic acid i was not getting my periods as ofter. I would get it one month for about 4-5 days, then the following 2 months I didn't have a period. I had some cramping and slightly sick in the am, I had taken a pregnancy test and they were all negative. Just recently my period was comming on or around the same time for about 3 months. Last month i didn't have one [june] but i did in july. Should I schedual a complete physical @ my doctors? Should my hubby get checked @ a doctor too? We have been trying on and off for almost a year. I really hope nothing serious is wrong with me because we badly want to have our first baby. Any info/advice would be great - anyone can email me directly @ ***@****. THANKS!!!!!!
i have kinda the same problem except i got off depo a year ago n now i have periods every other week..i really want to get pregnant i dont know what i should do about it..will my periods eventually go back to normal> Is there still a possibillity i could get pregnant or no chance with having that many periods?
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