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Do You Have Periods if You’re Infertile?

The short answer to this question is yes. You can certainly struggle with infertility and still have a period every month. Most fertility problems arise from an ovulation disorder that could influence your period. But your struggles with conception could be caused by other factors. Reasons for Infertility  There are a variety of reasons you may not be able to get pregnant but still, have a period.  For example, a chronic health condition like diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure or rheumatoid arthritis may make it difficult to become pregnant.  Other reasons you might have difficulty getting pregnant, but still have a period include: Endometriosis, Being significantly overweight or underweight, Blocked fallopian…