Taking birth control consecutivly every month without stopping for a period. Sexually active, now want a period. Period late. Help?
May be ok. After being on the ocp for months the lining of the uterus will be thin (not a lot of blood). When you stop the pill it may take a while (a month or so) for the lining to build up.
I've been taking birth control for almost a year now and my doctor told me to skip my period for three months than have a period on the fourth. But for the past five months I've started to be sexually active and every time it hurts at the front and insid
See your doctor. You will want to discuss this further to manage your symptoms.
I'm 16 sexually active for a year now and just this January 2015 I've been getting my period every 2weeks I'm not on birth control And I'm confused?
See your gyn. You should go see your primary care doctor or your gynegologist.
I'm 16 sexually active for a year now and just this January 2015 I've been getting my period every 2weeks I'm not on birth control And?
Anovulatory bleeding. Pregnancy is always on the list of possibilities when a woman has abnormal uterine bleeding or cycles. You may be having anovulatory cycles (cycle without producing an egg from the ovary). If a urine pregnancy test is negative, I would recommend evaluation by your gynecologist, and treatment will depend on the cause of the abnormal bleeding and your current short-term pregnancy goals.
Was on birth control for 3 months & stopped recently. I am sexually active & have been taking meds for UTI. Period a week late. What could this mean?
Can do a preg. Test. A urine pregnancy test, done correctly, gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant, and a test is not needed.
I had stop my birth control and I got my period twice in one month & I didn't get my period this month and I been sexually active?
Pregnancy. Test will help tell if you are pregnant.
Hormones. Stopping your birth control can cause your own hormones to have issues restarting so-to-speak and cause irregular bleeding for a few months so that's not completely abnormal. However, having been sexually active without protection does put you at risk for pregnancy so if you're more than a week late on your period you might want to do a home pregnancy test. Best wishes to you.
I have missed my period for a couple of months now, sexually active and not on birth control, have been feeling fuller, headaches, and lightheaded?
Missing periods. Time to start testing for pregnancy with urine home testing kits.
Please clarify. I don't see a question here. Are you asking us to guess if you are pregnant when there are pregnancy tests available at the local drug store? We don't live in a works where one has to guess anymore. Go get a test and see if you are pregnant!
My period came a week early then it should have, why? Last month started on oct 24-28. Now, started on nov 19. Not sexually active/ no birth control.
Normal variation. Your menstrual cycle interval was 26 days this month which is a normal variation of your cycle.
Clear oily substance found on breast after nap, should I worry? Period 1.5 months late 2 neg. Preg test. I'm 25, sexually active & not on Birth control
Prolactin. Have your doctor check a prolactin level (a pituitary hormone). Elevated prolactin can cause fluid from the breasts and irregular periods.
I was wondering what could be wrong with me?! I am over a month late on my period. I took 5 pregnancy test just to be on the safe side. All negative. I have two children 3 and 5. I am sexually active and not on birth control. My appt is mon but I was jus
Several causes. There are several causes for delayed cycle and negative pregnancy test. Glad to see that you made an appointment as it is difficult to know what may be the cause without an evaluation. This may require blood work or possibly a pelvic ultrasound. Most of the time, the delay is because of benign reasons.