If you don’t get your period at all, there may be a variety of possible reasons, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that your body can suddenly ovulate.
For example, if you are breastfeeding, you might not experience ovulation and menstruation, but according to the way you breastfeed, and your lifestyle, ovulation will always appear before menstruation.
We can notice menstruation, but in order to notice ovulation you need to know how to track your cervical secretions.
If the reason you don’t get your period is due to a hormonal imbalance, such as high FSH, high prolactin or high levels of testosterone that appears in polycystic ovarian syndrome , then I’d recommend taking some steps to balance your hormonal system.
When you take those steps to balance yourself, it’s recommended to track your fertility signs, using the tracking as a tool to follow the changes in your body due to the treatments and lifestyle changes you create. You can actually tell if the steps you are taking are good for you without bothering to do repeated blood tests. You can then quickly identify your fertile days and act upon your goal.
Some women don’t get their period for very long periods of time and prefer starting to track their signs only after having their first period. You can choose this way as well.