women have irregular cycles , and they know that this is the reason for their
infertility, which is why they go to the gynecologist for treatment.
is happy to prescribe hormonal medicine to help their periods to become
regular, but what they fail to realize is that just getting regular periods is
not enough to help them to have a baby. They need to be very clear and focus on
what their goal is.
just want regular periods, then taking hormonal tablets such as birth control
pills is fine, but this is often just a distraction , and ends up just patching
up the problem, and wasting time.
You need to
understand that the irregular periods dont cause infertility directly - the irregular
periods are just a symptom of the underlying disease.
for both the irregular periods and the infertility is anovulation - or not
producing eggs. Now, giving birth control pills for forcing a menstrual bleed;
or inducing periods with tablets such as
medroxyprogesterone acetate will help them to get regular periods as long as
they take these medicines, but will not help them to treat the underlying
condition, which means they will not ovulate or produce eggs. The problem will
recur when they stop the medicines, which means they will be back to square one
This is why
they need to focus on inducing ovulation if they want to have a baby, and this
is why patients need to be very clear and upfront with their doctor as to what
their priorities are.
and this will help you make better decisions !