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Getting Pregnant with Irregular Periods

on Sep 02, 2012

by Alyssia Granger

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Getting Pregnant with Irregular Periods

Do you have irregular cycles? Find out how best to get pregnant with irregular and irregular ovulation.

We all know that getting pregnant with irregular periods can be challenging. In fact, abnormal periods and in turn, abnormal ovulation can account for up to 40% of fertility problems. Today, we want to focus on what you can do to improve your odds, and if there are any tips that might help to improve your success rate. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Tip #1: Learn how to chart

This one is up to you. If you have irregular periods, you are also probably having irregular ovulation cycles. For this reason, it is really important that you make sure to track your cycles, and learn how to chart. The standard of counting back approximately 14 days from the start of your next period may not apply to you without a regular cycle. Charting will put you in control of your body’s cycles and you can see for yourself the time that it will be easiest for you to get pregnant. It will take some getting used to, but most women find that once they learn how to chart their cycles, that it really is easier to do than they thought, and that it is pretty easy to keep track of. By knowing exactly when you are ovulating it will be easier for you to know the days of the month that it is possible for you to get pregnant.

Tip #2: Reduce stress

There is a huge link between stress and irregular periods. We also know that there is a link between stress and infertility. So, as hard as it may be, try to relax and not to stress out about getting pregnant. Do anything that you can to relax and not to worry about things, and you will improve your chances of conceiving. The same also goes for maintaining a healthy weight and eating a good diet. Anything that you can do to make things easier on your body, you should do. Try to make good lifestyle choices, such as not drinking or smoking, to give your body the advantage it needs to be able to help you have a baby.

Tip #3: Fertility medication

If you have no success in charting and tracking your cycles, and still are having trouble conceiving, it might be time to talk to your doctor about putting you on a fertility medication. Fertility medications can increase your ovulation and make it easier for you to conceive. Your doctor can help you decide if these medications are right for you and if you want to give them a shot. If your doctor decides to put you on fertility medication, don’t feel ashamed or embarrassed. This is really common, and fertility meds can help get your body to the place it needs to be for you to become a mom.

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

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  • MissyJensen

    Well I tried 2 get pregnant maybe 7 days ago and I notice I had my period 2 days early and I didn’t get cramps or anything it looks a little strange to me but I don’t know am Confuse.. I been feeling like am going 2 throw up for the past 2 days and my lower back hurts so much I Could bearly move an I also been feeling really sleepy… Can I be pregnant? Help plEase

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  • Suizenelson

     You just might be!! I think you need to take a test!! Good luck!! :)

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  • carastanton

    Ive been trying to get pregnant by my boyfriend but even though we ve tried it several times i just cant seem to get pregnant wat can i do?

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  • RedheadsRHot

     It might take more then that to get pregnant. I know it was over three of trying for my first one. And Now I am with child again after 1year and 1/2 of trying. So chin up can it can happen as long as relax and let it happen.. Stress can be a major playing in this game it was for me.

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  • Kelly_Gotthis

    i havent had my period in three months but im not pregnant but i want to get pregnant

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  • Rocketpower

    I was on the pill for years was not sure i would be able to get pregnant. I placed my order for the TTC kit and I call in my order. The Customer care rep was so nice answered all my questions with ease!! 

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  • CherilyFoutf

    Wat can I do to get pregnant ASAP

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    Not having a period may mean that you are not ovulating, which is a big obstacle to conceiving. Seeing your doctor can help determine your condition and can consequently give you the appropriate treatment for your health and personal care.  For now, have a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and reduce stress. These simple lifestyle and eating habit changes can help regularize your cycles and increase your fertility.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    There are many possible reasons for the inability to conceive easily. Different women have different issues when trying to conceive: obesity, endometriosis, prescription medications, smoking, health problems and other gynecologic disorders. If you haven’t had a gynecological examination lately, I recommend you see your health care provider. Also, remember that men can account for 1/3 of fertility issues. So if you’re still unable to successfully conceive after months of trying, you may want to consider letting your partner have a sperm analysis. Good luck!

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    It is possible that you may be pregnant. The strange-looking bleeding you noticed may have been implantation bleeding, which signifies the implantation of the embryo or fertilized egg onto the uterine lining. In addition, the symptoms that you have described could be early pregnancy symptoms. Taking a pregnancy test will help confirm this matter. Consulting your doctor would also be beneficial in determining your condition.

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  • Maureen Stephens, RN

    There are many ways that you can use if you want to be pregnant immediately. I recommend to have a check up with an OB Gynecologist first to check your health condition. Medical advise from an expert is very important since you need to be in a good health condition if you want to be pregnant. If you smoke, drink alcohols and taking drugs you have to stop all of them. They can affect your fertility that will lessen your ability to get pregnant. Monitoring your ovulation cycle and fertility will also give the couple greater knowledge of when the best time to try, giving them a greater chance of pregnancy.

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  • GM

    my last periods date was on dec 22, till now i didnot get my periods, but i am not pregnant. it is possible to get pregnant this time

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Have your self-check with an Ob-gyne, to see what seems to be the problem. There are a lot of causes of amenorrhea (absence of period). Is this the first time you encounter this? Have you been pregnant before? Do you have any history of ovarian cyst or cancer? Have you been taking contraceptive pills lately? These are some questions you may need to check on. If this is the first time you encounter this, possible emotional or physical stress or can be severe illness. Other reasons are tumors, ovarian failure, polycystic ovary syndrome and even hypothyroidism. If you been taking in pills previously, amenorrhea for 2-3 months is the natural side effect of it.

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  • Vikkilouise07

    I too was trying for about three and a half years to become pregnant with mine and my boyfriends first child. I have PCOS and only have periods a few times a year. It’s awful. However last month we found out we were expecting. Unfortunately that pregnancy ended in a miscarriage at around eight or nine weeks. I’m now so worried that it will take me a further three and a half years to concieve again :(

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Given that having a miscarriage may boost a woman’s fertility, there is a good chance
    for you to get pregnant at the moment. For you to increase your likelihood of conceiving, it is best that you maintain a healthy lifestyle to regulate your hormonal levels, and take fertility pills to boost your body’s fertility.

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Since your periods are 4 days long, there is a good possibility that you might have a regular 28-day cycle length. In order for you to increase your chances of getting pregnant, it is important that you increase your sexual activity during the fertile days of your cycle.

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  • ESoto

    If my cycle is about 37 days long then when would we start counting the weeks in pregnancy? Would it still be from the first day of my period? I took an ovulation test on April 30th and it was positive. We were intimate 2 days prior to that and almost every day for the rest of that week. I would really love to be pregnant. When would I be able to take a pregnancy test to find out if I am?

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    You can start counting the date of your pregnancy from your ovulation date, since conception usually occurs when you ovulate. Given that you were sexually active during your ovulation period, there is a very good chance for you to get pregnant. In order for you to confirm your pregnancy, you should get a home pregnancy test 14 days after the first day that you have missed your period for a reliable result.

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  • Mai Yer Lee

    How do you track your ovulation when you have your period every other two weeks?

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  • Tara

    I have a 40 day cycle. How will this product affect me?

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    If you have irregular periods, you can try tracking your ovulation dates accurately using an ovulation predictor kit. For you to improve your likelihood of conceiving; I do suggest that you start increasing your sexual intercourse during your fertile window, which normally occurs 4 to 5 days before your ovulation. You can also start taking natural fertility supplements which can help boost your body’s fertility, induce your ovulation and improve your likelihood of conceiving soon.

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  • 35 and trying

    I’ve completely quit using my nuvaring five months ago. I’m 35 years old and have had only spotting sometimes the first two days of my cycle but now I’ve completely quit even spotting. How do I get my body back on track? I have also started prenatal vitamins a month ago to get a head start on everything. Is there anything else I can do?

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  • babygirl22

    Hi there i have a question…me and my boyfriend are trying to have a baby. I havent had my period for five months but i know it comes towards the end of the month because i cramp and bloat for about a week We “did it” about ten days ago and now im more sleepy than before, extreme backache, nausea, bloating, and sore legs…i tried a at home pregnancy test but was negative. But i have never felt this way before. Could i be pregnant??

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  • nimmy

    when i have to check whether i am pregnant or not using the kit after the contact period

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  • RS

    If I get my period exactly on the same date of next month,like last periods started on 25th August and then next periods on 25th September, and it lasts for 6 days,so, how long is my cycle? and when are my chances to ovulate?

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  • Love Scott

    I haven’t had a PERIOD in about 4months ,I’ve been trying to get pregnant, finally I got my PERIOD yesterday October 6 ,when should I try to concieve??

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  • mika

    I have irregular periods and I went to the doctor oct 7 2014 to find out I was 8 weeks pregnant but if I dont have regular periods how can the doctor tell me I conceived on aug 20

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  • endyglamour

    How do I calculate my ovulation, I have chronic irregular period

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