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well i have had a blood problem since i was

well i have had a blood problem since i was 16 i had aplastic anemia and now im 24 and its been like 3 years and i havent gotten my period all these years and i think i might not b able to get pregnant at all what should i do? im scared on knowing the truth but i also wanna b a mom some day
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Hi, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Aplastic Anemia is a aserious disorder but With prompt and proper care, many people who have aplastic anemia can be successfully treated. Blood and marrow stem cell transplants may offer a cure. The cause has to be found out and treated. If your Periods are regular there may be many reasons to it, in your case it could be stress of the disease which may cause Amenorrhea. Kindly get yourself evaluated by a Gynecologist to rule out the exact cause so that you may be prescribed Hormonal Preparations to bring back your Periods.
Wish you Good Health and Good Luck.
Take Care.
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