If you don't have regular periods it is possible that fertility drugs can make your reproductive system functional. With IVF you use powerful fertility drugs that stimulate follicles/eggs to start maturing and also produce an adequate lining of the uterus for fetal development. If you do not normally have periods, the fertility drugs may be able to make all this happen, but not always. If fertility drugs cannot stimulate follicular development, then donor eggs with IVF might be an option. If you don't need donor eggs, then IUI with fertility drugs might be another option (it's cheaper than IVF, but more likely to result in higher order multiples).
at 12:17 PM on Jul. 21, 2009