I am suffering from a problem of abnormal menstruation. The period happens twice a year. I did not experience any symptoms in my stomach or vagina. I tried to meet the doctor before, but the doctor asked me to take a birth control pill. But I am trying to get a baby. Please help.
If you are experiencing irregular periods, consult your gynecologist specializing in reproductive health or fertility. They can help evaluate your menstrual cycle and identify any underlying conditions causing the irregularity. In terms of getting pregnant, irregular periods can make it more difficult to predict ovulation and conception. Your gynecologist may recommend treatments to regulate your menstrual cycles, such as fertility medications or lifestyle changes. While birth control pills can regulate menstrual cycles, they are not a good option if you are actively trying to conceive. Discussing your fertility goals with your doctor and working together to develop a plan that meets your individual needs is essential. In addition to seeking medical advice, you can also take steps to optimize your reproductive health. This includes maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, and managing stress. Consider tracking your menstrual cycle using basal body temperature monitoring or ovulation predictor kits, which can help identify your most fertile days.
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