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26yrs old no cycle 14months Infertility
26yrs old no cycle 14months Infertility


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#1 Bellalaw26

Posted 10 September 2012 - 11:15 PM

I'm 26 been off the pill a yr and a half and still no period. IvOnly had 7 natural periods before they stopped completely at 17, that's when doc put me on the pill.
I have always had hormone imbalances They thought was pcos
My levels are:
FSH 7IU/LlH 18 iU/LEstradiol 170pmol/LProgesterone 2.6 nmol/L
Due to see an endocrinologist to find out why I never get a cycle.
Does anyone know if my levels are normal?

#2 Mrs Miller

Posted 10 September 2012 - 11:20 PM

No sorry! But PM me or add to this post if you get any info, I am also not getting periods. I had irregular ones for years after stopping depo provera, had 3 regular and conceived then had 3 regular after 6 months of none after birth and now nothing for 9 months. No PCOS, unsure of levels but last time I had a blood test it looked like I was in the follicular phase?

#3 Bellalaw26

Posted 10 September 2012 - 11:31 PM

Most of the time an irregular cycle means a hormone imbalance but it's what causes the hormone imbalance that I would like to know more about. It's great you have already conceived even with the irregular cycle original.gif

I'm just worried I can't have babies because I don't / never ovulate. Everytime I have been off the pill Iv never had my period no matter how long I come off. My last natural cycle was 8yrs ago my GP referred me to an endocrinologist because she said I can't afford to hold off on having children any longer. :/



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