Irregular periods are common especially among teenagers. It is difficult to know the exact time you ovulate because your cycle keeps changing. The best thing for you to do is visit a doctor who will help you calculate your ovulation period.
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Last edited at 1:13PM on 4/19/2012
I feel compelled to ask why you are purposely trying to get pregnant. Not that you have to answer to me .. I am just curious about your means of deciding that NOW is the time to bring a child into this world.
Are you married, have a boyfriend .. able to care for a child (financially)?
Your comment to a previous poster about being scared to go to the doctor about your periods suggests that perhaps you are not even responsible enough to care for your own health .. why would you think you can take care for a child? .. Again .. I am eagerly curious to hear your comments.
Ur trippin y do u wnt a baby so bad ? Y dnt u finish living ur life b4 u get into something u going to regret. U need to b established and have a good job in order to support the baby first of all. N I doubt u have a job thats decent pay, so I glad u havr irregular periods making it hard for u to predict whn ur ovulating. Have fun with that.
so im not sure , y u would want a baby , but here it is , go to planned parenthood and tell them your problem . they will put you on birth control to help you have a regular ovulation cycle, once you have a more regular ovulation cycle , you calculate when your next ovulation will be and plan accordingly to stop taking your pills so you will be fertile. good luck , btw ima guy just random info i know hope this helps
If you are afraid to go to the doctor now, what are you going to do when you are pregnant and have to go every month? What about when the baby is born? He/she will require regular doctor visits as well. You are not ready for a baby.