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On Birth Control No Period For Two Months
Alesse birth control pills, no period for two months. Not pregnant, 2 neg tests. Just want to know if its safe to not get a period at all on bc?
A missed period is when you don't have a period at your normal time. Because a missed period can be due to pregnancy, even a period that is signficantly lighter or shorter can be considered a missed period and possible pregnancy. And having early symptoms of early pregnancy such as sore breasts or mild nausea would increase ...Read more
Nausea for a month now. Birth control for 2 years. Period on for two months. Invisible/faint pregnancy test. Pregnant?
Pregnant: It is possible. You need to see your doctor who will evaluate you and also confirm your pregnancy test. ...Read more
I've been on birth control 4 yrs and no period in two months I've had cramps in uterus all the symptoms almost. Prenancy test says no. What should I do?
Keep taking the pill: You obviously are a great pill-taker, or your would not have the success you have. In fact, the no period for 2 months tells me that you have been an excellent pill-taker with lighter and lighter periods to the point that they stopped! If you don't think this is no-periods-because-of-good-pill-compliance, take another pregnancy test and keep looking for signs of pregnancy (nausea, weight gain,). ...Read more
I started taking birth control pills after my period. It's been two months already and I stopped taking them because I haven't gotten my period. I took two pregnancy test and they came out negarive. The last two times I had intercourse i spotted. The secon
What are goals?: It is ok not to have a period on birth control. Many brands are designed that way. If you are bleeding at irregular times this is called breakthrough bleeding. It is frustrating but not harmful. If you are now having sex while not on birth control it is highly likely that you will end up pregnant eventually. If this is not your goal consider restarting birth control. Many methods are available. ...Read more
I used my birth control pills to skip my period 2 months in a row. I've been breakthrough bleeding for a week. Should I just let it start?
Depends: You can stop your pills and let it start, but since it's the middle of a pack you'll need to use condoms until you get 2 weeks into the next package. Or, you could put up with the breakthrough bleeding but stay on track with your pills and then take the placebo pills at the appropriate time. You may/may not have a normal period then, but you'll be protected if you start your next pack on time. ...Read more
19 years old and healthy, not pregnant, not on birth control pills, have not had my period for two months now. I am not under stress. Should I worry?
Anovulation: Yes. Your ovaries have shut down. It is time to get to the doctor to figure out why. ...Read more
Missed period for two months. Not breastfeeding. Not pregnant. Not on birth control. We use pull out. What could be wrong? Thyroid levels are normal.
Why would someone get their period after two weeks on birth control without missing any days? What to do now?
I've been on birth control for two years without a period. Now I'm having a period every other week or for three weeks at a time why?
Time for checkup: Cyclic female bleeding is the result of both a decrease in progesterone and increase in estrogen, following a 'trigger' cycle of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). Most BCP's have both estrogen and progesterone, and this can counteract or augment your natural cycle. In a woman your age, extra bleeding is usually self limited. However, it's probably time to see your practitioner. ...Read more
I usually have a seven-day period but last month was only two days and came late and this month two days and came early I'm not on birth control?
Ans: First of all are you pregnant? If no then not unusu to have an irregular period at your age. Just continue to monitor the periods and see how you do. The period should regulate itself ...Read more
I'm on birth control and the last two period I have had have been quite odd. They've been short which is normal for me, but dark and clumpy?
Periods: It is normal for there to be slight variation in the length, intensity and color of your menstrual cycles from time to time. Unless this is bothering you there is not a cause for concern. If you are not satisfied with your level of menstrual cycle control there are many birth control options that can be used to control the cycles ...Read more
Hi, I started my birth control January 30th via quick start method. I got my real period two weeks into the pills. Now, I'm very anxious to the p?
See details: Put ice on it. If pain and/or swelling persists, get the hand evaluated and x rayed. ...Read more
If I had a full period a few days after stopping birth control am i likely to ovulate two weeks later?
Started birth control two weeks in to cycle. Will I skip next period? Are pills effective two weeks in?
Efficacy: Birth control pills only become effective after you have completed 1 complete pack of pills. Please do not be careless. Use condoms and foam during the first month of BC pills. ...Read more
What does it mean if you forgot to take your birth control twice and started your period but already had it almost two weeks ago?
I stopped my birth control two months ago. I had one period and am three days late on this one. When can I expect it to come? Is this normal?
Period came two weeks late. Night I got it I also started birth control for the first time. Usual period=heavy+painful. Now its light and brown. Help!
I got off of birth control in August. I had only been on it since July and not for a year prior to this. Had a period on aug 25 – 30 then had only two?
My girlfriend took that depro shot for birth control around sept.1, 2011, and still has a period what can she take to stop it. My girlfriend took that depro shot on september 1, 2011, she was on her period when she took the shot, it's been over two months
It is normal to have prolonged bleeding (a continuous period) and spotting in the first few months a woman is on the depo-provera shot. However, if she feel like her bleeding is excessive or if she is concerned she should contact her doctor.
Below, I've linked to a website that can give you more in-depth information on the Depo-Provera shot. ...Read more
Yes: You can take it anytime but be persistent when you start taking it take it everyday same time ideally is good thing to start on Sunday ...Read more
Yes: Also, depends on which pill you are taking and hormonal content. ...Read more
Birth Control: Some irregular bleeding the first 1-3 months on birth control pills is expected, however after that time your periods should be regulated and don't usually last longer that 5-7 days. Many women have light periods and menses lasting 3-5 days. Your birth control pill may need to be changed or the hormone dose adjusted. ...Read more
Yes: Everyone's bleeding pattern is different while on birth control pills. Most women's cycles will get shorter and lighter. ...Read more
Wait and see: The first thing to do is to check a pregnancy test, to make sure you are not pregnant. If you haven't missed any pills, and this abnormal bleeding doesn't go away on its own, or if you continue to bleed abnormally then you need to see your dr- some women develop breakthrough bleeding on their pills, and it may be due to excessive thinning of the uterine lining. Sometimes a different pil is needed. ...Read more
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
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