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Very less bleeding during periods?

09/11/2007

Question:

hi im a woman of 26 years old and want to concieve we even tried but i got my periods and it was very very less bleeding through it lasted up to 6 days and as comparing to my earlier periods i do not bleed tht much except for the 2nd day and then its normal ..i have an irregular period days as it usually extends 5-6 days ahead of my last period date...please help me out ..and is it safe to get pregnant after my low periods...or should i wait for my next period before i try to concieve ????? will wait for ur reply.....THANKS

Answer:

If your periods are irregular, then you may not be ovulating regularly.  I would recommend that you see your physician for an evaluation to determine this.  Usually, ovulation problems are easily correctable with the use of fertility pills.

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Response by:

Daniel B Williams, MD Daniel B Williams, MD
Formerly:
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati