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After stopping femilon I had a withdrawal bleed around 5th feb and then 1-2 days of spotting around 20th feb. When will I have my next period now?

After stopping femilon I had a withdrawal bleed around 5th feb and then 1-2 days of spotting around 20th feb. When will I have my next period now?

Hard to say: After stopping combined oral contraceptives, many women start right back to having periods just like they did before starting them but a small subset experience post-pill amenorrhea (absence of periods) that can last up to 1 year and still be considered normal. What your periods were like before starting the pills is the best predictor of what they'll be like afterwards. Hope this is some help. ...Read more

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After stopping femilon, I had a withdrawal bleed on 5th feb then 2 days spotting around 20th feb. Now no periods, is it ok? And I hope im not pregnant

After stopping femilon, I had a withdrawal bleed on 5th feb then 2 days spotting around 20th feb. Now no periods, is it ok? And I hope im not pregnant

Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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I'm have stopped duphaston after 3 days which I took 2 pills a day, but still no period, after stopping it now 3 days delay.

I'm have stopped duphaston after 3 days which I took 2 pills a day, but still no period, after stopping it now 3 days delay.

Not enough: You probably did not expose your uterine lining to enough days of progesterone to induce your period. 5 days would be considered a minimum exposure and that does not even work for some women. Typically I recommend a 10 day exposure of progesterone. Usually 2-3 days after finishing you get your period. ...Read more

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Will I ovulate 2 weeks after stopping taking norethisterone and having my delayed period?

Will I ovulate 2 weeks after stopping taking norethisterone and having my delayed period?

Roughly yes: In reproductive medicine, when a patient stops a progesterone of any type we use three days as "artificial" cycle day one. So in theory, you shoul ovulate 17 days after your last dose. Hope that helps. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have a delayed period after stopping birth control?

Is it normal to have a delayed period after stopping birth control?

It can be: Your cycles are sensitive to many things (e.g. Environmental factors like stress, weight loss/gain, etc...). Of course, a pregnancy should be ruled out asap. ...Read more

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How to stop or delay your period without drugs?

How to stop or delay your period without drugs?

Haven't heard of...: Haven't heard of a way to stop or delay a woman's natural cycles without using hormonal drugs. Mother nature has a mind of her own, and doesn't want women to alter their internal clocks. ...Read more

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When you take a delay pill on your 2nd day of your period does it stop your period for few days?

When you take a delay pill on your 2nd day of your period does it stop your period for few days?

Not indicated for: Delay pill is recommended by some and adviced to ba taken for premature ejaculation in men and not for delaying or suppressing periods. ...Read more

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Can I stop or delay my period for a day or two? Just day one of my period

Can I stop or delay my period for a day or two? Just day one of my period

Probably yes: You can often but not always delay your period if you start the birth control pill at least a week before your expected period. You could have some irregular bleeding so there is no guarantee. If you are already on the pill, you can skip the sugar pills and start the next pack with out any danger to you and this will often work as well. ...Read more

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I want to stop my ongoing period. And want to delay the date for 10 days. What am I to do? And I am having my period right now.

I want to stop my ongoing period. And want to delay the date for 10 days. What am I to do? And I am having my period right now.

Too late: Although BCP may modify the frequency of your periods, once it started, there is little you can do. The question is why would you want to do it in the first place? ...Read more

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My period came on 17 feb last month it was delayed 6 days cause I took pill to stop my period, but this month it was delayed. Is it the effect of pill?

My period came on 17 feb last month it was delayed 6 days cause I took pill to stop my period, but this month it was delayed. Is it the effect of pill?

Oral contraceptives: Current oral contraceptives are very low dose hormones that should be taken consistently on schedule. You can usually expect your cycle to start within 3 days of your last dose. Extending your length of treatment will delay your period and can be done safely to accommodate your schedule. This may however alter your succeeding periods for up to 3 months. ...Read more

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I have my 21st next month and I get my period at that same date, it's a month away so is there anything I can take to delay it or stop it for a month?

I have my 21st next month and I get my period at that same date, it's a month away so is there anything I can take to delay it or stop it for a month?

Maybe: If you are on birth control, you can either add or subtract one week of active pills to move your period ahead or back. If you are not on the pill, there's not a good to change your period so close to it. ...Read more