Want Baby, What's the Solution

by Zienki
(Philippines)

It's been a year since I got married with a 32 year old man and I'm 25. Our families wished us to have a baby but still up to now we don't have any.

My husband was frightened to have a check-up to an obygyne. I went to my Obygyne and had all the check-up needed (e.g. ULTRA-V,ultrasound, etc.)

One cause of my irregular menstruation was that I gained weight. from 135 to 160 my height is 5'4" only. At the same time we're both tired working which caused us stress everyday.

My Oby gave me the PROVERA and she said I have to take those pills for 10 days and wait for 5 days for my period. After 5...6...7...8...9...10 and up to now still I don't have my period yet. I hope you can help me find solution. We really want to have a baby. We just don't know how.

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Ed. Comments:

Provera does not guarantee you will ovulate and become pregnant. We suggest you take a more comprehensive approach and learn more about infertility and infertility treatments

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