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    irregularity - Help!!
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    An_250277 posted:
    Hi,


    I need some advice on what I should do with TTC first child.
    My cycle has always been irregular - for example from January 2012 to Jan 2013 my cycle length was (days) 22, 27, 61, 31, 61, 89, 69.


    I know most gynos/Drs want you to try for a yr but is it fair to see someone if you have an irregular cycle?
    I saw a gyno in the past who ruled out PCOS, hormonal inbalance and basically said it is just me. I tried vitex for a couple yrs and it made no difference (i dont think).
    I'm scared that we will have trouble falling pregnant, and basically wont know when I ovulate.


    What should i do/try to get more regular?
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