Our expert says:
You may not have ovulated in these cycles, but that does not mean that you are close to the menopause. Most women have the occasional cycle where they do not ovulate. In most cases the menopause starts between 45 and 55 years. Signs would be hot flushes and irregular/absent periods. You can have a blood test on Day 3 of your cycle to check FSH levels, which would give you an indication of whether or not you are close to the menopause. This may be worth doing in your case, so that you know what your chances of a pregnancy are.
If you have a low bone density, you can take calcium tablets and exercise regularly in the meantime.
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