Not Getting Pregnant After 1 Year Of Marriage?

Why is the menstrual cycle for the last three months moving forward on April 9, May 4, June 30, is that normal or what? Then I find it difficult to get pregnant and have been married for 1 year but not yet pregnant

1 Answer:

Hello Mrs. Fika! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.

I understand that you are worried, especially because you don't have children after 1 year of marriage. A normal menstrual cycle is between 21 and 35 days, counting from the first day of your period to the first day of your next period. If your menstrual cycle is irregular, you should record the date on the first day of your period regularly every month. Irregular menstrual cycles can be caused by hormonal disorders or stress, both physically and psychologically. If the difference between the days from each month is very large, the mother should immediately consult a gynecologist.

Factors that can affect the difficulty of procreation among married couples include age, frequency of sexual intercourse that is too infrequent or too frequent, unhealthy lifestyles, and abnormal reproductive structures. The time for regular, unprotected sex that has reached 1 year indicates that it is time for further evaluation.

Mothers and husbands should consult with obstetricians and urologists. Together with the obstetrician, the mother will undergo a physical examination which is usually followed by an ultrasound examination, X-rays, and blood tests. The mother's husband will be physically examined by a urologist and followed by a sperm analysis if necessary. The results of the examination on the mother and husband will determine the next steps that need to be taken to be able to get offspring.

Meanwhile, efforts that can be done from now on include maintaining a healthy lifestyle by exercising at least 30 minutes a day, maintaining an ideal body weight, consuming healthy foods, and avoiding smoking and alcohol. You can also start consuming additional iron and folic acid from now on. Do not have sexual intercourse too often or too rarely, the recommended frequency is 2-3 times per week. Avoid consuming drugs or herbal remedies without consulting a doctor.

That is the explanation from me. Hopefully you and your husband will soon have offspring.

Regards,

dr. Selvi

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