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Regular menstual since childhood, stress, PCOS, bleeding increased. What are the best days to concieve?

hi, i was having normal menstrual from my child hood and before two years i have stress and got pcos and after treatment it came normal and for past one year periods coming in correct time but only for two- three days i got married before 3 months and after that periods coming in correct date but its bleeding more now for full 4-5 days .is that normal? or did i have any problems.we had IC and without protection 1 week before my periods but i have not concieved.pls tell me what are the suitable days to get concieve.thanks a lot ..
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Hi Ramya,

Yes, your menstrual cycle is normal. There is nothing wrong in it. It does happen more so after marriage due to changes in the hormonal levels.

To let you the suitable days or your fertile days, I need to know your Last Menstrual Period (LMP) date.

I hope this helps.

Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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