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    Default 62+ days no period

    Hello all,
    Im new here and actively seeking a support system. My partner and I have been TTC since the beginning of the year. I went off the pill between Christmas and new year 2015. In February, I started having symptoms of possible pregnancy but my period arrived on cd30...prior to that it was cd 26 when my period arrived. Anyway, i took that as it didnt take.
    Anyway in March, we tried again and ive not had my period since. As cd62 is about to end, i did have 11 days (8th to 18th april) of brown and a little pink spotting and it was more on wipe (although I did wear liners for hygiene reasons). Ive taken a few tests, 1 today, all negative and had a blood test on 16th april and informed on 18th april it was negative.
    This is not normal for me as my periods have been regular (cd26-28) and yes, i was on the pill for 20yrs and went off it for 6mths back in 2013 and it was regular then but this is the first time ive missed a period while off the pill. I need advice as im very frustrated with not knowing what is going on with my body.
    By the way, im 42.

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    I'm going to be brutal: at 42 stop trying naturally and get yourself down to the fertility clinic ASAP. You could be menopausal which is why it's not consistent.

    Wishing you the best of luck though and I hope you get a take home baby.

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    Id hate to think that but thanks.

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    @SincerelyYours sorry to hear you are going through such a frustrating time! I have heard of many women struggling with af returning to a set shedule after coming off the pill so thst could be your situation even though you have had two af's that arrived in reasonable time. Unfortunately our bodies can change over time and the pill may have masked these changes that have happened to to you over several years. If you are still concerned over the next few months I would make an appointment with your gp for advice. Good luck hun hope it sorts itself x

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    I'm sorry, I'm from a family that loses our eggs early (my sisters were home at 35) so I have a tainted view.

    She eventually conceived using donor eggs. Where there's a will there's a way.

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    Thanks. I did go to one for blood test, was negative but he did say to worry after 3mths. But i just dont want to wait that long!

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    I think im going to have to go get some tests and see what is going on.
    I have been reading up on net and some people find themselves pregnant later on, or find cysts but that worries me

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    I had the issue of no af for 3 months when I came off the pill at 29 my gp was hopeless he sent me for bt but really didn't know what he was looking for. I waited for an appointment with a fertility specialist which was another 3 months and I had still not had an af in 6 months. I agree with @Wise Enough get it sorted sooner rather than later.

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    So, rather than waiting another month, go see my gp and get whatever i need done to know whats going on?

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    I would hun especially if you need to see a fs, you mught have to wait for an appointment and if your cycle sorts itself in that time its a bonus. I would still see the specialist though to get checked over and get advice on best way to go from here after basic testing.


 

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