Getting Pregnant: Iregular Periods After Marriage
I’m 37 years old my husband age is 49 I got married two months ago. Before my marriage I had regular periods, but after marriage I have a week early periods.
Secondly I have pain lower abdomen and back through all month.
Please help me. I want to become pregnant.Getting Pregnant with Irregular Periods Tips:
Because you are 37, I would advise you to go see your doctor if you cannot conceive within six months of actively trying.
It is possible that stress is the cause of your irregular menses as you are newly married. If so, try to find a way to stay relaxed as much as possible.
I would recommend doing yoga
to help your body relax and to increase blood blow to the reproductive organs.
Stress can cause hormonal imbalance and affect the length of the menstrual cycle, but in women over 35 there is an increased risk of poor ovarian reserves that needs to be assessed. If your hormones fluctuate, your periods will become irregular and you may not be ovulating each month. Shortening of the menstrual cycle in women over 35 may indicated estrogen levels going up and down and poor progesterone production.
I would recommend downloading my fertility guide in order to learn how to chart your cycle and maximize your attempt to get pregnant. Doing fertility charting will also tell you if you are ovulating regularly each month.
Your husband should also have a fertility check to know that his sperm count is adequate. There is so much that natural health can offer to couples who want to conceive.
For example, fertility vitamins are a very good idea to help increase fertility in women and in men. I would recommend FertilAid for men
and FertilAid for women
to help maintain hormonal balance and regular periods with FertileCM to help increase fertile cervical mucus and support healthy embryo implantation to prevent early miscarriage. FertilAid also helps maintain regular cycles and it helps women with PCOS, irregular menses, luteal phase defect and high prolactin levels. Read this article
to learn more about FertilAid for Irregular Cycles And Fertility.
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