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Hasnt Had a Period in 3 Years

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  • Posted By: jambojim
  • October 10, 2007
  • 08:30 PM

Hello All

I am new to this site and hope you will forgive me for hitting you with this issue first off, but I am slightly lost. I recently got married to my girlfriend of 6months, we met online and I left my country for her's. She has recently and so kindly announced that although she would like to be a mum someday but, she has a minor complication. She has not had a period in like 3 years. On top of that she has never been to a doctor to enquire why. I dont know how she thinks she will get pregnant if her body isnt working right. :cool:

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  • Hi There!Well, okay.... So, how old is she? Maybe she has gone through early menopause? If not, and considering that you two have not been together for long AT ALL, she could be pulling your chain (Not giving you the full picture so to speak?) I know that is a negative outlook but considering the length of your relationship, I would dig deeper through open communication (NOT SNOOPING). Nothing is better than open communication. Did she say three years or three months? If she said three months, then she may already be pregnant but three years...... NOT GOOD. NO DOC VISIT? That is just not thinking clearly. If she wants to have a child, it would really be wise that she learns how to care for herself before she takes on the shared responsibility of caring for a little human. Good luck with your new relationship....
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    • October 11, 2007
    • 06:53 AM
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