I am currently on day 53 on what appears to be an anovulatory menstrual cycle (I do FAM). My husband and I are trying to conceive so not ovulating or having a period for almost 2 months has been frustrating. I have taken several home pregnancy tests and they have all been negative. I'm wondering if I should go ahead and make an appointment to see my doctor? I'm thinking I should have a blood test to make sure I really am not pregnant, and if I'm not then ask to have my period induced. Does that sound right?
Some other relevant information. I have hypothyroidism that is well treated, and my most recent blood work showed that I have a TSH around 1 (which is an excellent number). I've never had a regular cycle expect for when I'm on the pill, which I stopped taking in December. I have one child already, who was conceived after 14 months of trying and two 1st trimester miscarriages. Basically, I don't have an easy time getting (and staying) pregnant. Which brings me to my next question. Given my history, is it reasonable to try and receive some medical assistance with getting pregnant now, or should I just wait until we've hit the one year mark of TTC?