Our expert says:
There are many reasons as to why a woman would suffer from absence of her menstrual flow. A thorough examination and investigation would be your first step in determining what the cause is. It appears that you have seen your gynaecologist and he says that everything is okay then the most likely reason is anovulation which means that you are not ovulating. I would suggest that you go and see him so that he can then give you medication that is available to help you to ovulate and once you do ovulate your menstruation will come and you should then be able to achieve a pregnancy.
Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo
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