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An_250553 posted:
am 19 i started my period when i was 14 and i had it for 2 yrs and then it out of no were stopped so i was put on birth control pills to start it and regulate it and then after a wile of taking them i stopped taking and my period continued like normal for a wile and then a year ago it stopped ....again for no reason and havent had one since ... i was recently diagnosed at a hospital with amenorea and my husband have been trying for a year to get pregnant and so far nothing has worked weve tried diff positions diff diets vitamins food thats suppose to help with fertility, relaxation things i avoid hot water baths after sex and i hold my legs up after, and still nothing is working for us? what do you sujest ? and can i still get pregnant even tho i have amenorea?
tlkittycat1968 responded:
If you don't have a period it usually means you are not ovulating and if you are not ovulating, you cannot get pregnant.

You need to work with your doctor to find out why you aren't having periods.

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