I'd say take the test about 30 days after you last period. If it is negative, wait a week and take another one if you haven't gotten your period. If it is still negative, wait another week and take a third if you don't start. If you still have not started or gotten a positive result go see a doctor. It's hard to say since your periods are so irregular, but taking a test about a month after your last period should be enough time to get a positive result if you are pregnant.Answeri am in the same situation, last month it was 43 days but a few months earlier it was 29 days!! its soo annoying. at the moment its been 39 days and i am worried i am pregnant, i have done 4 tests all over the past 9 days-all negative. i am sacred i have taken them to early! i read the home preg test leflet and it says for irregular periods take the longest cycle you have had and test from then. for me that is 3 days away, wish me luk.
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Yes. Because of irregular periods it may be harder to date a pregnancy. Cysts are very common and do not always prevent pregnancies from occurring.
There is a slim chance that you could be, however, you should see your gynecologist if you are uncertain. Home pregnancy tests are sometimes not accurate.
You should visit your gynocologist since irregular periods/ovulation can be very difficult to track.
Periods can be and often are very irregular in young girls up to 3 years after their first period. After these 3 years, if periods are still extremely irregular, a girl should see her doctor.
Especially in your first year of having periods, they can be very irregular. If you are sexually active, get a pregnancy test as you might be pregnant. And always if you're unsure, please see your nurse or doctor
Yes. Yes, it is very possible....I suggest you do a pregnancy test or contact your doctor, especially if you had regular periods before the pregnancy.
Hello. This could be due to pregnancy, irregular periods, birth control pills or a hormonal imbalance.
Unless you usually have irregular periods, it's very likely that you're pregnant.
To know the difference, you should take a pregnancy test. If you haven't had sex for a while but are skipping periods, and you are over 35, it very well could be perimenopause or full-blown menopause. If you are sexually active, you should take a pregnancy test. It might also be early stages of menopause, but if you are still having ANY periods, there is still the chance of pregnancy.
yes, its very common. 50% of women have irregular periods.
Maybe, but likely no. If you are young and just starting puberty abnormal periods are common. It usually takes 6 months to a year before the body settles down into a regular cycle. If you are older it could be menopause. With onset of menopause the periods become very irregular and are not normal.
You might be pregnant after you missed your period, but it does not mean that you are. Periods are very irregular. As much as we would like them to be regular, they are not. If it has been more than about 5 days, take a pregnancy test to be sure.