I've been trying to get pregnant for a year and have a irregular periods. I had gonorrhea and trichomonas when I was younger. Can that prevent me from becoming pregnant?

Irregular periods make it likely that you ovulate irregularly or infrequently, so this can reduce your chances of pregnancy. Gonorrhea may have caused damage to your fallopian tubes, which can also reduce the chances of pregnancy. Trichomonas is unlikely to have had any long term effect on your fertility. It sounds as though you need the advise of a fertility expert gynaecologist who can investigate your ovulation and your tubes too.
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