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Unable to get pregnant. Irregular periods. Taking folic acid. Worried

Hello Dr. I am 25 years old... my height is 5.3 and weight is about 45 but i dont know about current weight...i got married 4 months before...we are having sex almost on daily basis but i am not getting pregnant.. after marriage my menstrual cycle has been irregular as well... for 2 months it came on 28th it came on 21 day...and its heavier then my previous menses... want to share that i do exercise as well to reduce my abdominal medicine i am taking folic acid .... i am worried too much about it...please suggest something Looking forward for your reply. Thanks in advance
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Firstly , you are 25 and married for only 4 months, so please do not panic.
Time is not running away, stress will only negatively impact all aspects of your fertility.
Firstly, maintain a healthy BMI, continue to exercise regularly and eat healthy.
Since your periods are irregular, you cannot rely on predicting ovulation, so be sexually active throughout your cycle. ( alternate day )
Consult a good gynecologist for knowing the cause of your irregular cycles.
It could range from stress, anxiety, weight loss or gain, polycystic ovaries, hormonal imbalance, drugs or medications, thyroid disorders etc.
IF you fail to conceive after trying naturally for a year, then investigate further in the form of semen analysis of your partner, and patency of your fallopian tubes, plus documenting your ovulation by follicular monitoring.
Meanwhile, enjoy your married life, and reduce stress levels .
Adapt to your new life and new partner, and do not be obsessed with having a baby.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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