No period in 12 months

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Hello yes i'm 45 and having premenopause symptoms hot flashes my period hasent came on in 12months FSH level is high. I wanted to know is it still possible to still get pregnant? Has anyone ever gotten there period back after going through this symptoms?

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    Sorry Patricia,

    somebody with the same situation should be able to help


                                               Mrs M

    PS:- just came on here because I've got the dreaded insomnia again rolleyes

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    Hi Patricia,

    You have to check with your GP if you are fully menoposal.  My Dr told me that if i dont get my periods for 12 months that means i am fully into menopose and yes you can get pregnat.  I've been for almost 5 years now pre meno and the symptoms are scary especially at night.

    Take care

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    Sorry patricia

    I don't know if its possible, but you never know with hormones its tricky because there are women around your age that have gotten pregnant. 

    You should ask your doctor about it 


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    God forbid,

                          what a thought lol, it's just taken it out of me doing the grocery shop rolleyes, not that I don't love the little rascals, especially at this time of year, they get so excited looking for halloweeny goodies and putting on masks and paraphenalia.

    But I don't think I could cope running after a child 24-7

                                                        Mrs M biggrin

    Be careful, take precautions LOL 

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