Hun there is a team in TTC buddy section Team 80+ for ladies with really long cycles.. have a look in that section cause some of the ladies hadnt had periods for like 3months and then ended up getting a BFP.. So i would say "yes" after reading there posts on that section!!
Venture over, i know some of the ladies there on that section and there lovley and helpful!!
sunshine, short answer is yes, you can.
however, i think it'll all come from timing. you probably can't rely as much on it "just happening" but will probably need to be aware of things like cm & bbt to know the best time to be having sex.
i've not had a period since january, & it looks like i too may have pcos, so i'm going to be charting & paying a lot more attention now.
Hi, i have just joined this & your post stood out as i also have pcos, had it for years. Just got married 9 months ago & found out I was around 9 wks pregnant a couple of weeks ago. Its was hard to determine exactly how many weeks I was because I never have regular periods. On Friday when I get my 1st scan I'll know better :-)
We weren't trying to get pregnant, but never took any precautions as we knew it'd probably take a while for me to concieve anyway and so it was all up to fate!
My advice is relax, don't worry and believe that all good things come to those who wait :-)
I came off the pill about seven years ago after breaking up with a boyfriend. My period didn't come back for nine months, and I wasn't pregnant. GP did hormone assays for PCOS but said I didn't have it. Anyway, when I came off the pill this time I was terrified I wouldn't be able to get preg due to lack of periods. I stopped taking pill at end of Jan and haven't had a period since. I think I conceived around beginning of March so definately should have had a bleed. I never had a regular cycle before going on the pill either so it definately can happen.
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