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Why I am not getting Pregnant

I'm 31-years-old and since I began my menstruation it has been irregular. For the first 6 years i could receive once or twice yearly.
It then started becoming worse by feeling pain monthly but no menses. Sometimes i could just receive one day and its over.
I am 1 year in mariage and I'm not getting periods and not getting Pregnant(I'm not on any birth control). I have not done any test yet cause the last time i was told its hormonal imbalance.
Please advice
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3191940 tn?1447268717
Hi - you should really see a doctor.  Having an irregular menstrual cycle can make it difficult to get pregnant.  If you are now not getting periods, then you are probably not ovulating (releasing eggs). If you were told previously that you have a hormone imbalance, this could be a sign of PCOS.  

Here is a good article about what PCOS is, and treatments that are available: https://www.webmd.com/infertility-and-reproduction/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-fertility

I'm not sure if that's what you have, but you should definitely see a doctor since you can't get pregnant unless you ovulate.
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Thank you. I will see a doctor. The article is very helpful
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