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Late Period Am I Pregnant

by Bosadi

I am 46 years but I have been trying to get pregnant for year since last year and I had my last period on the 14/11/2011 but this month I did not get period Am I pregnant or what?

Please help me I really want a baby.


If you think you might be pregnant, you should take a home pregnancy test. If your periods are late and you are 46, you can be either approaching perimenopause or you can really be pregnant, especially if you are trying to conceive

When a woman approaches perimenopause, it is common to have anovulatory or delayed cycles.

Having delayed or irregular periods is not necessary indicative of perimenopause, but perimenopause women often have irregular periods due to an imbalance of progesterone that causes poor ovulatory cycles. This does not mean that you will not be able to get pregnant, but it will certainly make your job harder to achieve.

It all really depends on the quality of your eggs and the levels of your hormones during your menstrual cycle.

Progesterone regulates the amount of days of your cycle and the length of bleeding during your periods. If you notice a change in your cycle like longer cycles accompanied by very heavy bleeding, you should consider the perimenopause.

Also, some women experience shorter cycles preceded by a few days of spotting. This also indicated perimenopause.

Naturally, it is possible to address poor hormonal regulation with Maca and natural progesterone cream.


Maca root is known
to increase fertility libido, longevity, stamina and address symptoms of menopause due to hormonal imbalance like low progesterone and sharp estrogen fluctuations. It is also used to treat poor egg health, recurrent miscarriages, infertility due to stress, and adrenal fatigue.

Natural Progesterone

Natural progesterone cream, is very useful form of progesterone supplementation that is 100% safe and natural because it only uses bio-identical progesterone.

For women who are trying to conceive, progesterone should be used only after ovulation has been confirmed by Ovacue vaginal sensor or basal body temperature shift.

Natural progesterone cream should be applied from day 14 (after ovulation, until day 27) If pregnancy is confirmed it can be continued during the first trimester under physician supervision to prevent miscarriages in women with low progesterone and luteal phase defect.

When trying to conceive at 46 it is very important to pay attention to symptom chances that can indicate hormonal imbalance.

That's why it is vitally important to monitor your cycle either by using Ovacue Fertility Monitor or by Charting your basal body temperature. To learn more about this, download my FREE Guide To Fertility Charting And Natural Conception.

I recommend using fertility charting and Ovacue fertility monitor together because Ovacue it measures the levels of estrogen throughout the cycle giving a very good idea of the hormonal balance levels allowing for best type of treatment to achieve conception.

So, first of all take the home pregnancy test and let me know by submitting a comment to this question.

Many blessings!

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