Planning for pregnancy

Question: Mam, my cycle is of 35-40 days... And after every 6 months i have no periods for a month... Means 6 months periods = 1 month gap... But now i want to conceive... To want things i should follow plz tell me.... My last periods was on 06 sept

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Answer: Dear if for 6 months you have a regular period then you can conceive during that time. If the period cycle is not confirmed I would suggest you to use ovulation kit to know ur fertility days which will help you conceive. Also I would suggest consulting the gynae once so that you can conceive under her guidance. Hope it helps.
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    Lovely Girly Tips N/A1061 days ago

    Is it possible for me to conceive without any treatment?

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