Q: I have no periods without prometrium. How can I get pregnant?

A: Prometrium is a progesterone. When you take it your period is induced (withdrawal bleeding). If you don't have a period on your own (amenorrhea), then it's likely that you do not ovulate (anovulation). The problem here is not that you don't have a period, the problem is that you don't ovulate (which leads you to not having your period). If you want to get pregnant, taking prometrium does not treat the underlying problem of anovulation. Instead, the reason for not ovulating should be found. Only then can you get treated appropriately and improve your chances of having a baby.