You ovulate about two weeks before your period, so yes, your ovulation will be off too. There are test strips you can get at most any drug store that will tell you if you are ovulating. I assume the work very similar to a pregnancy test.
Yes. Also, you can track your basal body temperature to see when it is elevated. Most drustores carry these thermometers along with the ovulation kits to help you to know when you are ovulating.
My doctor gave me this for the same (irregular periods) and I was having a cyst in my left overy.
Brown discharge is actually old blood. Some woman, especially those with irregular cycles, will experience spotting between periods. Brownish-Pinkish discharge between periods could also be a sign of ovulation or implantation.
You can ovulate anytime when having irregular periods. To check when you ovulate when you are irregular the best way is to check your cervical mucus throughout your cycle.i dont know what to do
some folicules in both overies are one of the reason of irregular peroids
Having irregular periods does not mean it is the end of the world, only you have to make a better table and monitor your irregular periods to get the best day to have sex.
the same as someone who has regular periods. having periods, in general, means that your body can have babies.
It is difficult for females having irregular menstruation to determine the exact dates of ovulation, if they are going to calculate ovulation manually. However, there are many other means to calculate ovulation. One can record her basal body temperature, or observe the appearance of the cervical mucus. An increase in basal body temperature by 1 degree means one is ovulating. Cervical mucus that appears clear, slippery and has a consistency similar of raw egg white is a clear sign of ovulation. Using an ovulation kit is another way to determine if one is ovulating or not.
Irregular periods are very common for women under 20. As you get older it should balance out. People say birth control helps..But i'm not positive.
Generally...if you are not having a period, you are also not ovulating regularly. Irregular periods are different. With Irregular periods, you do ovulate, however it is hard to predict because of the infrequency of the period. Very few women of child bearing age get NO period at all. In most cases, the period is just very irregular. http://wish2conceive.com Hello. This is difficult to answer. Some women continue to ovulate monthly or un-regularaly when they dont receive their regular monthly period while others dont ovulate unless they receive a period. The only way to tell if by seeing your doctor for a blood test to check if you are ovulating or by buying a ovulation predictor kit.
The way to find out for sure is to have a doctor examine your daughter.
If they were regular before this incident they should probably go to the doctor but if they are new to having periods it could just be they have irregular periods!
If you are having irregular periods and moderate to severe abdominal pain you should probably see a gynecologist.
No. If you get periods, you can get pregnant.
Yes, it is possible. Ovulation comes before the period, so you could be having your first ovulation.Yes, but not likely.
It can take months for your periods get back to normal, especially if you are breast feeding you can miss periods or have long times between them. You can still get pregnant while breast feeding and having irregular periods though so you should still use contraception.
It is not likely. Although the periods, really don't matter. It is the ovulation that is necessary for pregnancy. But it is not likely that you are ovulating if you are not having periods. You should consult your doctor for reasons of not having a period and you can discuss your pregnancy options there.
It can cause irregular periods.
Yes, because if you have irregular periods than you probably do not ovulate regularly. Which if you are trying to conceive could make it very difficult to determine when you will be able to conceive, because determining ovulation is difficult. Having irregular periods also means that you are ovulating less than someone who has a period promptly every 28-30 days which does in fact decrease your chances. With that being said, getting pregnant while having irregular period is not impossible. It might take a little more planning and time, but it is quite possible!! Goodluck to all those who are TTC out there :)
if you are still having periods, even if they are irregular, then you have not gone through the menopause yet
Good question. Absolutely! However, as you know, they must of course be "female kids", and you must wait until they reach the age of having a period. Then, and only then, can you determine if your "kids" are able to have "irregular periods". Wish there were a way to determine earlier, but as now, they can't. Hope this answers your question of "Can you be able to have kids with irregular periods?"
Yes you may be pregnant but if the tests were negative then your probably having irregular periods.
when a person is having unprotected sex, the chances of becoming pregnant are 100%, no matter what the regulation of periods or ovulation dates are.
Hello. Not necessarily no. The only way to tell if you are ovulating if your not having periods, is by seeing your doctor for a ovulation blood test or by buying a ovulation predictor kit from your pharmacist.
Yes, sperm can live within the female body for 4-7 days after intercourse while the ovum will last only 12-24 hours after ovulation. Also, while usually consistent, it is hard to predict the actual day and hour ovulation will occur.
If aren't having any periods you probably can't get pregnant. If you're having irregular periods you can get pregnant, but the chance is lower.