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Irregular flow, regular periods post starting to conceive, have normal ovulation. Possibility of underlying health condition?

Hello My husband and I have recently been trying for a baby. A couple of times I have started my period a day early and then no period- like a tap. This has happened again this month but this time the one day period was very heavy. I m sure it was a period because my hormones were awful (sobbing on the day) but then today, no sign of it at all. I am ovulating (I think!) normally, as I ve been using an ovulation predictor kit . Does it sound to you however that there could be a possible health condition here? My periods are not painful and are fairly regular. I have been to the doctor about this before and she dismissed it but as I haven t been on any hormonal contraception for years it doesn t quite make sense. I am 28 years old. Thanks Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Since you are ovulating as indicayed by the kits...its s good sign....and for your menses problem and your future fertility concerns get a pelvic ultrasound done to see if your uterus and ovaries are normal....
Hopefully you should conceive if they are normal...dont worry and just keep timed relations during the period of ovulation for conception
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