Your irregular periods may indicate that you have infrequent ovulation. Common causes include:
- Work stress, emotions, weight gain or lost, diet, travel and disruptions in the daily routine.
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome, uterine polyps or fibroids, endometriosis and pelvic infection.
You should go for a gynaecological check-up. You could go to the local hospital websites to check for more information. Alternatively, you may want to book an appointment at a fertility clinic in a private practice or government restructured hospital. The specialist will conduct tests to find out the cause/s and the reason/s why you are not getting pregnant. Once results of tests are reviewed and discussed, the doctor will advise you on the best course of treatment.