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Sunday, November 09, 2008 Tr0phyw1f3y, Community Member, asks

Q: No period=no ovulation= no pregnant?

I haven't had a period for years except when taking birth control. Does this mean I am not ovulating therefore I can't get pregnant?

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Amy Hendel, Health Guide
11/13/08 12:34am

it could but on the other hand the point of putting you on birth control was to try and instigate a normal cycle.  Your the kind of patient that will have to have a relationship with a GYN doctor who specializes in fertility issues.

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