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Periods irregular. Trying to conceive. No periods. Pregnancy test positive. Pregnant?

hi doctor,im a lady of 26 years and iv been preventing for 9 month while i was still studing,so since then my periods are not regularly,for now me and my husband we have been trying for a child but for 2 month i have not seen my circle but the home pregnancy test tested positive,is there something wrong or do i not get pregnant
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Hi and thanks for the question,
getting pregnant actually depends on the timing of sexual intercourse and also on a host of factors. Having sex at non "at risk periods" for pregnancy will certainly not lead to a pregnancy. This however does not imply you are infertile. If your home pregnancy test tested positive, its a good idea then.
I suggest you visit a gynecologist/obstetrician for a comprehensive evaluation and advice.
Thanks and hope this helps,
best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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