Sat 9 Aug, 2014 06:56 pm
Healthy 21 yr old female.
During my teenage years my period was very upsetting. It would be very irregular (late), sometimes skipping cycles for months. The pain was quite unbearable and i'd have to stay home from school. It was definitely a stressful time for me though, but idk if that could of had such a large impact. Doctors never gave me answers.
Nowadays my period cramps are painful but nothing to stay home over. My cycle remains irregular sometimes but only by up to 1-2 weeks.

Sex for the first time was very painful. My boyfriend was of average size but it took about a month of regular attempts before it was truly pleasurable for me as opposed to mostly painful.

Again, nowadays sex is painless and pleasurable so everything appears normal now.

Also, there is no history of infertility problems in my family.

I want kids in my future but i am afraid my history implies i may have a difficult time. What should i do?
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Sun 10 Aug, 2014 12:21 am
you should avoid this

Excess alcohol use
Poor diet
Athletic training
Being overweight or underweight
Sun 10 Aug, 2014 09:01 am
See your gynecologist and ask these same questions.
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Sun 10 Aug, 2014 04:51 pm
If I were you, I'd make an appointment with a gynecologist.

However, you should not confuse difficulty with your menstrual cycle (at age 21) with possible infertility.

Also, do not confuse having difficulty with painful intercourse with any other more troublesome issues. Frankly, it might be any of several benign things including lubrication, being new at having intercourse or a need to change positions or angles of entry.

You clearly have quite a few questions for a gynecologist and seeking such medical expertise from a gyno can only help you.
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Mon 11 Aug, 2014 07:44 pm
Not for the guy you're with be the best gal you can be ok. Laughing
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Tue 12 Aug, 2014 02:44 pm
you should not worry. There is no relation between cycle irregularities and infertility. Irregular females are as fertile as regular ones. That truth is that many of them trend to have more unplanned pregnancies for te same reason you made this question. They belive that they are more unlikely to became pregnant. There is nothing more false.

Seek for a trusthworthy Gynecologist, if you want to became regular there are many oral contra conceptives that can make this happen, and at the same time avoid an unplanned baby.

Ask with friends and peers for a good doctor. If you do not want your parents to know remmeber that doctor patient secrecy protects you.
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Sat 21 Jan, 2017 12:09 am
There is nothing to worry about just stay healthy while eating fruits, veggies and natural diet and keep distance from smoking and drinking and also don't take stress of any kind, feel free and you will be all right
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Thu 21 Feb, 2019 05:52 am
IVF is the best way to get rid of infertility.
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Thu 28 Feb, 2019 01:14 am
You can visit a gynaecologist and know the cause of late periods and discuss about hereditary infertility in your house. Infertility is not like hair loss that it is sure that it will happen to you if the other members of your family have it. But you should visit a doctor once because it's better to be safe then to be sorry.
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Sat 13 Apr, 2019 12:29 am
some reason for infertility
A poor diet that is lacking in nutrients
Athletic overtraining
Too much exposure to certain chemicals and toxins (for example, tobacco smoke, alcohol, marijuana, pesticides, radiation, and chemotherapy)
Certain medications (the effect usually is temporary)
Sickle cell disease
Kidney disease
Celiac disease
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Sat 20 Apr, 2019 05:52 am
when infertility problem then ivf treatment is best option.
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