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If I do not menstruate, does that make it impossible for me to become pregnant?

Verified by Dr. Sarah Oreck (she/her), MD, MS, Psychiatrist
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What our doctors say

Your period is usually a sign that your reproductive system is working well, and so you can get pregnant. Don't worry though, it's still possible to get pregnant if you are not currently menstruating.

There are lots of reasons for not menstruating such as: birth control, breastfeeding, stress, being overweight or underweight, high intensity athletes, hormonal imbalances, entering menopause, and various issues related to reproductive organs. It may be less likely to get pregnant but there is still the possibliity so it's best to practice safe sex and ask a doctor if you have any questions!

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