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  • no period for 6 months

    right guys i need help!!!
    me and my fiancee have beeen trying to coneive since we moved into our own home however i havent had a period in 6 months and the doctors have been neither use of an ornament am at my wits end and dnt no wot to do... can i still get pregnant even tho i havent had a period in ages????? xx

  • Hello there welcome to the forum

    Is it possible that you are pregnant because its been that long since you have had your period?

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    • God works in mysterious ways, so they say..

      Your periods, you haven't had them in 6 months yet, your Doctor is none the wiser, as to why.

      So, your off the pill? You guys don't use a condom? You have no birth control?

      What birth control were you using 6 months ago?

      It does take time to adjust if you were using one, not usually that long though...

      Stress that is really "strong" can stop them.

      But, I think we need to know exactly "what the Doctor said over no periods for 6 months"...

      And what you were doing 6 months ago for birth control.

      Also, how long have you know this Doctor? Just a first visit?

      It will help, but as x.st.angels.x also pointed out how are you certain that your not, because, he/she said so? Each month equates to a new beginning, you may not have been but you may be now....

      CW
      PUT A LITTLE 'LIKE' IN MY SOUL!

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      • You need to find out if you are ovulating. Buy some ovulation tests and take them during random times of the month.

        It would probably be a good idea to start charting you BBT. Start reading up on how, when and the benefits of doing that.

        You may need to induce a period either naturally or with the Dr's assistance through medication.

        With my first, we tried for about two years before I finally caved on went on fertility meds.

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        • PCOS?? ask your doc to send you for a blood test and a scan. we was trying for over 4 yrs with my son. would have 2 or 3 months with no period. always in pain and really bad cramps, weight gain, hair in unwanted areas and mood swings. sound like you?

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