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Have periods once in two months, runny blood. Trying to concieve. All tests normal. Suggestions?

hi my name is Meagan my period cycle is not good if i miss one month i always get it the next month so im usually 2 months late at the most, sometimes when i do get it, it will last like 8 days and it s blood but its like water has been mixed in with it and its really runny, other times it will be really heavy, and sometimes not all the time i will have big clots of blood coming out of. Sometimes i will have the worse period pain ever esspecially in my lower back and it literally feels like im dying other times it will be fine. Me and my partner have been trying to have a baby for the past 2 years now but we still havnt been able to conceive.Went to the docters they havnt found anything wrong with me so im just looking for other answers you may have for me.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
You are definitely suffering from irregular periods.
That could be a problem in conception.
Please let me know what tests and investigations have been done so far, so that I can guide you for further treatment.
Common causes of irregular cycles are stress, anxiety, emotional upheaval, frequent travelling, rapid weight gain or loss.
Thyroid disorder, adrenal disorder, high prolactin levels should be ruled out.
Polycystic ovaries are a common condition which leads to irregular cycles and difficulty in conceiving.
Your partners semen analysis should be done.
Endometrial lesions should be ruled out.
ovulation should be tested by a cycle or two of follicular monitoring.
Fallopian tube patency should be assessed.
Please consult an Infertility specialist at the earliest, and have a complete work up
take care
Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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