I have irregular periods. Can I still get pregnant?

Yes! Until you have had 12 consecutive months without a period, use contraception if you don’t intend to get pregnant.

Note that women who become pregnant after age 35 have an higher risk of miscarriage, and more than half of all pregnancies after age 45 end in miscarriage.

American Society for Reproductive Medicine


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