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loulou27 posted:
I'm 52 yrs old and decided to stop taking the pill, I took it for so long because it was convenient for travelling, etc...My doctor says I'm most surely pre-menopausal. I've been told that as long as you have your period even though it's on and off that there is a possibility of pregnancy, is this correct? My doctor gave me a prescription for blood test to check my FSH level, what will this tell me??
tlkittycat1968 responded:
Yes, if you are having a period, even if it is irregular, pregnancy is a possibility since it means you are still ovulating.

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