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    mrswilliams1011 posted:
    hi im a 23 yr old female tryin to get pregnant but i have irregular periods and sometimes go months without one am i still able to ovulate and get pregnant if so when should i start tryin my last period was 08-08-11 through 08-10-11 and i havent had one since ive done a couple tests but theyve been negitive wat should i do please feel free to call 4016498441
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    ReneTaylor responded:
    since your periods are irregular ,and you haven't had one since then . my advice is for you to go get a blood test . I took 7 pregnancy tests when i thought i was pregnant and they all came back negative . took the blood test and that proved i was about 4 months along . good luck and keep me posted !


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