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Trying to conceive. Partner had a vasectomy reversal. Abnormal periods. What are my chances of pregnancy?

I took Lutera for a year, and my last pack I took was August 2012, my husband had a vasectomy reversal November 2012, and now we re trying to conceive. Before Lutera, my cycles were normal, every 28 - 30 days, for 5 day cycle... and now I m only going for 3 days and in December I didn t even have a cycle, it was 45 days before I started again. Is this normal?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Hello, thanks for using HCM.
Lutera is an oral contraceptive made up of two active hormonal ingredients:levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol which are progesterone and estrogens. Lutera works by preventing ovulation and consequently prevents pregnancy. Reduction in the amount of menstrual bleeding is very possible with hormonal pills and irregularities in menstrual have been noted in some cases. However, fertility is maintain and on your part there should be no problem.
On your husband's part, his fertility would not be 100% as before but if the vasectomy reversal was done accurately and within 10 years from the time of the vasectomy he still has a more than 50% chance of his initial fertility.
thanks and if you do have more questions, do not hesitate.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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