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Periods After Stopping Micronor
Common: They are not 'normal, ' but it happens alot - not to worry unless it continues, then see your doc. ...Read more
See below: Within 72 hours after stopping it, typically. ...Read more
Will taking progesterone cream after birth control pills regulate my cycles if i bleed when stopping it after no periods for 7 months post pill?
More info: Hi Brittany, can you give me more details & I'll try to answer your question. ...Read more
Withdrawal bleed for 3 weeks. Stopped pill, started again after bleeding ended. Possible ovulation during 3weeks of missed pills?
Many options: 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
Spotting on micronor (norethindrone).What happens if i stop midcycle? Withdrawal bleed? Will spotting improve?
May or may not: Many times, it will stop the bleeding but not always. It depends on what is causing the bleeding to begin with. If your bleeding does not stop, you will need to return to your doctor for additional testing and/or treatment. ...Read more
1-3 months: Some may take longer.Get a more detailed answer ›
Right away, if.....: They were regular before you took the pill. ...Read more
Prolonged bleeding? Took provera (medroxyprogesterone) to start period for irregular/absent period. Took microgestin for 3 weeks still bleeding since started period.
Medicines to help: You could have be given another medicine to stop bleeding. You should have your hemoglobin and thyroid function. You should be tested for infection. ...Read more
It can be: One of the benefits of taking contraceptive pills is that menstrual periods usually reduce significantly and may stop altogether. This can be especially true with seasonale, where the the theory is to have only four menses per year. Any amount of bleeding is a normal "period" on bcp since the bleeding is drug withdrawal induced during the "sugar pill" week. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stopped BCP 4days after period stopped. Sex on BC &used condom 1-3days after period ended. 11days after stopping BCP had few cramps. Ovulating?
Unlikely: Most women will ovulate late after going off the pill. You might be ovulating, but I wouldn't count on it. Your next period will probably be late, because you'll probably ovulate late. ...Read more
Took Provera (medroxyprogesterone) pill because of amenorrhea after stopping birth control. I took Provera (medroxyprogesterone) for 10 days. It's been 2 weeks and no period still? Why?
Estrogen: Hi. When you do a Provera (medroxyprogesterone) withdrawal challenge and don't have a period, it says your endometrium is not getting estrogen stimulation. It may take some time for the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis to resume normal cycling after discontinuing BCPs. Be patient and give it some time. If still no period, talk with your gyn. Good luck! ...Read more
Quickly: Not only is ovulation frequently not significantly delayed after discontinuing the pill, occasionally ovulation can occur between ending one pack and starting the next pack if one is several days late starting the new pack and is taking a 21 day pill. With 7 days between the standard regimen pills and missing let's say 3 additionally pills before starting next pack, the risk is not insignificant. ...Read more
Should, or does?: It should only last for a month or so - but if it lasts longer, it may be difficult to stop. Some people will have to discontinue certain birth control pills due to irregular or unpredictable bleeding. A sonogram is helpful to look for other structural causes of abnormal bleeding, but progestin only pills do not do as good a job at regulating cycles as do estrogen/progestin birth control pills. ...Read more
Let me explain: After you stop taking the pill, you may have only a two-week delay before you ovulate again. Your period would follow about four to six weeks after you take the last pill. Once ovulation resumes, you can become pregnant. If this happens during your first cycle off the pill, you may not have a period at all. ...Read more
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