Would my very irregular periods affect my chances of getting pregnant?

This shouldn''t, but if you ovulate (release eggs)at irregular times (ie not ''mid-cycle'') which is common with irregular periods, it may be helpful for your doctor to check if you are in fact ovulating regularly. If you are, then a urine ovulation kit (which you can buy at a pharmacy) will help you timne intercourse by indicating when you''re about to ovulate.
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