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Want to conceive, abnormal irregular periods. History of miscarriage. Treatment?

i was on depo injection for couple months and came off it, then i got pregnant shortly after but had miscarrige which was over a year ago since then ive been trying to concieve every month and nothing. my periods are abnormal, too long or too light, a dot, or miss my period completely or late by weeks. what can i do, i saw my doctor and he wouldnt help he just said it would happen when im not expecting it and im not infertile because i conveived perviously.
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Your symptoms suggest hormonal imbalance and probably you are suffering from polycystic ovarian disease which is a common cause of infertility. Your metropathic cycles and the fact that you conceived following depot injection go in favor. In such a case, natural conception is rare and you need assistance. I advice you to see a gynaecologist who can investigate you properly and put you on the necessary treatment. Your miscarriage could have been due to progesterone deficiency (likely in your case). Wish you good luck.
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