Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.
Probably not. This sounds more like problems related to irregular or absent ovulation. In most cases, the workup includes tests for pregnancy
, thyroid disease
levels, and an exam and ultrasound
. At the time of the evaluation, if you are not trying to get pregnant, a discussion of ways to control your cycles, perhaps using birth control pills, would be appropriate.
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