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Irregular periods. On medication for regularizing periods. Will future pregnancy be affected?

my name z XXXX n the prblm z dat i got irregular periods before marriage, n after marriage too. six mnths has passed away n in frst 3 mnths i got no periods den i went to doc n she gave me sm medicine after dat i got my periods regular (5,7,10)z the date of my periods bt ds tym i got my periods on 18th of july. m so worried plzz do tell me wot z the reason n solution of thid problm.... n does dis affect on pregnancy???
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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The most probable reason that you are not getting your period on time is because you have Anovulatory cycles..that is the ovaries are not releasing an egg on time in every cycle.
Yes this could delay pregnancy and getting pregnant may require help of a gynaecologist who would give you medication from the 2 to 7 day of your cycle to cause an egg to release.
Do get in touch with a gynaecologist for further help.

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