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Bleeding during periods irregular. Trying to conceive, no positive results. Are they symptoms of infertility?

I HAVE MY PERIOD WHICH IS REGULAR BUT SINCE 8 9 MONTHS THE BLEEDING IS IRREGULAR I MEAN THE PERIOD DAYS ARE NORMAL 5 DAYS OF BLEEDING BUT THE BLEEDING IS SEEN ONLY ON THE 1ST DAY AND STARTS ONLY AFTER 12 OR 24 HOURS IN THE SAME TIME I AM TRYING FAR A BABY BUT NO POSITIVE RESULT SO IS IT A SYMPTOMS OF INFERTILITY ?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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hi,
there is nothing like symptoms of infertility. you have intercourse in time take your longest period cycle minus 10, and shortes tcycle minus 18. eg. longest cycle is 35, shortest is 20 day, then best period for reproduction is {20-18= 2 and 35-10=25, so sex between 2nd day and 25th day is fertile period},

try in that time , you are more likely to be successful. if this fails you (also your husband) have to undergo some tests, that would reveal your infertility.

wishing you good health.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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