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TTC for over a year!!

I'm trying to get pregnant but unfortunately I haven't had my period for a year now. I'll be 28 in april. I went to the doctor but they haven't done anything yet to help. Any suggestions on how to jump-start my period so maybe I can ovulate? Natural suggestions are more than welcome. Anything at all, I'm willing to try anything at this point.

Reposting this here since mods moved the previous post to the wrong section. It's been over a year of trying with no luck.
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Try Medroxyprogesterone it is used to treat absent, irregular, and heavy periods.
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Going to give that a try. Staying positive in hopes of a positive. Wish me luck!
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You don't have to have a period to ovulate regularly. I would ask for a hormone blood work throughout a cycle to see when you are ovulating. I would also seek another Dr.
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They already did blood work and they said everything was normal. They can't figure out why I'm not having a cycle or anything.
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From experience, you don't need a period to ovulate . I think it would be a good investment to purchase ovulation predictor kits to keep track of your ovulation or lack there of.
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