Have you talked to your doctor about this? There are several reasons why you may not be getting a period - some serious athletes don't get them when they're in training, and if you're seriously malnourished you won't get one either, but I doubt either of those apply to you. (Well, the first might as a general rule - but if you were in training, you also wouldn't be trying to get pregnant!) Bottom line: talk to your doctor. If you're not getting a period, and you're otherwise healthy, then that's something you need to discuss with him or her before you get pregnant, because there might be something else going on down there. After giving you a look, he or she may want to refer you to a fertility specialist. THIS IS NOT A BIG DEAL. Lots of people go, and the first thing they'll do is check you and your husband out, to figure out what your options are. This is usually covered by most insurances, so don't worry about breaking the bank just yet. Good luck.