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Suffering from on and off periods, from puberty. Possibilities of having a child?

Hi, I have never really had a period when going through puberty , i had them at first for a year then i didnt have any for two years i then started to have them on and off but then it all stopped again, i had a child two years ago without having a period before it. I was thinking about having another child so that there is not a big gap between them but is it possible to have another child or will i need to go to my gp.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Hi, thank you for asking Healthcare Magic.
Actually, it is possible to become pregnant even with irregular periods but the problem is that at times you might not be aware that you are pregnant at the beginning. Drugs that can help put your periods into order do exist. I would suggest you see your GP or gynecologist for assessment and maybe prescription.

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