How To Try For a Baby with Irregular Periods






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Many women experience irregular periods. Usually, having a period that is not predictable is annoying and perhaps a little bit inconvenient, but doesn’t really pose much of a problem. However, once you start to try to conceive, irregular periods can become a problem and make it nearly impossible. Keep reading for more info about how to get pregnant if your periods are irregular.


1. Control What You Can

If you are not having regular periods, it is possible that you are not ovulating regularly either. Therefore, doing whatever you can to improve your ovulation is going to be key to getting pregnant. If you are overweight, it is important to bring your weight down to a healthy level. Doctors say losing even ten pounds can go a long way towards improving your fertility.


 Also, make sure to get regular exercise, at least 30 minutes every single day. Eating a healthy diet is also a great way to not only keep your weight under control but also make sure you are getting the nutrients that you need to help your body be it’s best. You might also want to take a prenatal vitamin or a fertility aid like Conceive Easy to help boost your fertility even more.


2. Figure Out If You Are Ovulating

It is very important to know if you are ovulating if you are trying to conceive. Sadly, if you are not ovulating, you are just wasting your time when you are trying to conceive. Using a basal body thermometer or tracking your cervical mucus might not work very well if your periods are already irregular.


It might be a good idea to try an over the counter ovulation predictor test kit for a month or so to determine whether or not you are ovulating. If you are not ovulating, you should check with your doctor and decide where to go next. He or she might be able to recommend a medication or treatment that will work for you.


3. What To Remember

It is important to remember that if you have irregular periods, it doesn’t mean that you will not be able to get pregnant, just that it might be a little bit more difficult. Some women just have irregular periods, with no underlying cause. These women might not have too much trouble getting pregnant.


However, if there is some sort of serious problem causing the irregular periods, it might be harder to get pregnant. Knowing if you are ovulating is the first step in determining how to get pregnant with irregular periods. If you find that you are not ovulating properly, don’t worry. There are many treatment options out there to help you get your ovulation back on track.

Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.