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    Hello. I just want to ask if anyone here has the same experience with mine? I have a very irregular period and I don't know when is the exact date of my ovulation. My partner and I has been trying for more than a year now and everytime we try, we end up disappointed because everytime I tried pregnancy test, the results always came as negative. And I think the reason why I have hormonal imbalance is because I'm underweight. And now I'm trying to gain weight because according to my research it could help me. Now Im gaining weight and having spotting that is brownish in colour. I don't know if my period is coming or it's because of implantation (which im really hoping that it is really because of implantation). My last period was on march 28. Is there any women here who has irregular period but already have a child? If yes, what did you do for you to get pregnant? Because i really really really want to have a child. 😭🙏🏻

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    I tracked my cycle with a basal body thermometer and ended up being put on clomid as I wasn't ovulating.

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    But now, you have a baby? Have you been to OB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I tracked my cycle with a basal body thermometer and ended up being put on clomid as I wasn't ovulating.
    Have you been to OB? Do you have a baby now?

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    I have a toddler and I'm currently pregnant. I suggest seeing a gynae (I got my GP to write a referral to a public one do I didn't have to pay) or see a fertility specialist.

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