Can I Get Pregnant, I Haven't Had My Period?


Have you ever wondered if you could get pregnant during a cycle that didn’t include your period?
 
Believe it or not the answer is YES! The reason for this is that most women ovulate 12-16 days before they get their period. And as we know it is the release of the eggs that allow women to become pregnant. So technically, you can get pregnant without ever having your period. 
 
But as you can imagine, when your cycle is irregular it probably means that there are other imbalances in the body that you will want to remedy. 
 
So, if you are trying to conceive and do not consistently get your period because you are very thin, premenopausal or are breast feeding, check with your doctor about whether or not you need to make your cycle more regular!

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Hi I've been sexually active with my husband and for the first time sense I was 9 I haven't had my period in 3 months. But the only thing that is confusing me is I've taken tests and they came out negative and blood work came out negative. I've been experiencing cramp like symptoms but no period. Last month I had a brownish discharge which I found out was dry blood and I only had a day where I had little bleeding and I haven't had anything sense. I really don't know what is going in with my body so if anyone can help it would be great. I mean should I take another pregnacy test or just wait to see what happens?

Anonymous — Jun 19, 2014
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I haven't had a period since March 3. My cycle has been irregular for some time now. November 2013 it started to regulate. January of this year I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and began taking Metformin. My cycle ended on March 10 and now I'm in June and still no period. What could it be.

Anonymous — Jun 05, 2014
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I'm 18 and have only had my period twice since I've been 13... I've had unprotected sex with my boyfriend recently and my stomach has been hurting and I'm tired all the time. Is it possible i could be pregnant? I have always wanted kids but haven't had my period in a long time so I'm worried i might now be able to concieve. i have taken a pregnancy test and it came back negative... is something wrong with me??

Anonymous — May 23, 2014
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I had the implant out on the 24th April and haven't had a period, just a few spots of blood, its now the 6th May and still haven't had period. Me and my partner have been trying for a baby, I've had a few cramps here and there and was sick yesterday could I be in a really early stage of pregnancy? I seem to feel different now I'm off the implant. I've taken a pregnancy test and its negative but that may be because its 12 days since the 24th April. I haven't had a period since around 8months ago, I need advice could somebody help me please?

Anonymous — May 06, 2014
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To concerned citizen:
Look up the word "wright" in the dictionary. What you meant to spell was "write". So turn a mirror on yourself before bashing others. Very hypocritical of you.

TTC2.5 — Apr 13, 2014
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Im 18 end of december i made out with my bf. He tried had an intercourse. But it was first time for me i was scared so i didn't let him in. I had periods next two months. But now its delayed for 2 weeks, i get white coloured discharge and my nipples pains... I didn't get physical after that coz i moved to different city... What's wrong?

Anonymous — Apr 07, 2014
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I just had sex and this month i havent had my period yet can i get pregnant..... Help me PLEZ

Aryie-aala — Mar 11, 2014
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I think all of the women out there who are trying to get pregnant should first get an education and learn how to read and wright. Has anyone else been reading these comments and noticing how horrible the grammar/spelling is. Please people we don't need any more stupid people on this earth!!!! Educate yourself before you procreate......for god sake!!!

concerned citizen of earth — Mar 04, 2014
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I'm 18, I just recently lost my virginity and the same night I had to irinate lik 5 times in 30 to 45 mins. (Example) but, maybe like a couple days after I started to feel that my nipples were tender and he wasn't rough at all. And, a week after that which is now, I'm having back aches, my pelvis hurts! I got pain going down from my back to my thighs! And my skins dry, and I have cramps. So from today, jan 20, I had sex on the 4th. And either I got my period or something else, but started my period on the 14th (10 days after unprotected sex) I really hope it's nothing bad, and that I'm pregnant! I'm anxious, if am I'll be two weeks already, but the reason I'm confused is cause I'm irregular. Haven't had my period in over a year as well, and like I said, I had sex and 10 days after, there came my period. Can any body help me? Could I possibly be pregnant if I haven't had my period? And what possibly could've triggered my period, or the bleeding? I think it was implantation but I have read that it's only supposed to be spots of blood :\

Annonymous — Jan 20, 2014
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I haven't had my period in over a year. But had sex for the first time an I don't think he came, but I have cramps, back aches my nipples were tender but that went away. My back hurts all the way down to my thighs, and have bad pelvic pain. Need help, could I possibly be pregnant?

Anonymous — Jan 20, 2014
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