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Trying To Conceive At 21

I am 21 years old I have been pregnant in the past but had an ectopic pregnancy.

I have been with my current boyfriend for 2 years and have had unprotected sex the whole time.

I would believe I was a little underweight and a little stressed. But I want to get rid of these factors as soon as possible so I can conceive. Can your please tell me what I need and should do.

My period is irregular, for example:

The May period came on the 8th
The June period on the 12t
The July period on the 22nd.

So I do not know when I am ovulating and when I should have sex.

So can you please please please help me as I want to conceive asap.

I feel its taken to long.

Thank you.

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Getting Pregnant With Irregular Periods
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

There are many steps that you can take in order to conceive. At your age you should not have a problem, it is just a matter of time. Talk to your doctor, If you do not conceive after one 12 months of actively trying, which means you are having sex during ovulation and at the right time each month.

1. Begin charting your cycle. If you have irregular periods this is the only sure way to know when you are about to ovulate so that you can have sex at the right time.

2. Make sure you eat regularly every three hours an follow the guidelines of the fertility diet.

3. If you have underweight, make sure to eat foods that your body really needs and support your diet with fertility vitamins.

4. Since you had an ectopic pregnancy, you may want to make sure to take a early pregnancy test and talk to your doctor right away as you as you have a positive pregnancy test. If the tube was scarred you may be at risk of having another ectopic pregnancy.

Fertility Blessings!

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