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Question: I am trying to conceive since 1.5 years. I have problem of irregular periods. What should i do to conceive .

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Answer: There are few reasons for late periods or problem in getting pregnant. The first reason is if you have any medical conditions like pcos or thyroid problem which may cause to have irregular periods or some may skip periods. Other main reason is any medications may cause irregularities in ur cycle like blood pressure medicines or any kind of allergy medicines. There are also different reasons for negative pregnancy test after missed periods like you may be suffering from undiagnosed medical condition or extreme stress level. So make a plan to check with Dr. Takecare
Answer: Dear I know of an ayurvedic syrup which doesn't have any side effects and helps is making ur periods regular. U can try M2TONE syrup it is tried and tested hence recommending.
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