I've been on a 21 pack birth control for 2 months and was supposed to get my period and haven't. I have been sexually active. Is this normal?

Not normal. You are supposed to get your period about 7 days after finishing your 21 pills pack and if you are not getting period, check with your gynecologist.
Probably. It's not unusual to miss periods while on the pill. However, it's best to do a pregnancy test, just to make sure you're not pregnant. As long as it's negative, i would keep taking the pill the same. If you miss 2 periods, you might ask your doctor about switching pills.

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After missing 6 days in the second week of the birth control pack I haven't had my period in almost 7 weeks and I've been sexually active?

Get preg test soon. Please get yourself a pregnancy test or see your doctor or clinic like Planned Parenthood in your area. If the test is negative, then I recommend you seek a gyn or family doctor to evaluate your condition. Read more...

Have had brown discharge for last 5 days, supposed to get period in 7-10 days. Sexually active, on birth control. Had sex 5, 7, & 14 days ago.?

STD check needed. Colored (yellow, green, brown) vaginal discharge suggests infection, including STDs like gonorrhea or chlamydia, assuming you are sexually active. Possibly a vaginal infection like trichomonas or bacterial vaginosis; these usually cause odor. Get examined and tested ASAP, either with your doctor, your local health department STD clinic, or a reproductive health clinic like Planned Parenthood. Read more...

Have brown discharge for 5 days, supposed to get period in 7-10 day. Sexually active, on birth control. Had sex 5, 7, & 14 days ago. Ovulated week ago?

Birth control. You mention that you are on birth control. If so then you are not ovulating. Birth control works by preventing ovulation. Brown discharge is usually old blood. The most common cause is breakthrough bleeding -- bleeding at the wrong time while on birth control. It is annoying but resolves on its own. If the bleeding and discharge continues schedule a visit for testing. Read more...

I'm not sexually active or on birth control, but two weeks and the week before my period my boobs bloat really bad and get really dark blue veins?

Hormone changes. What you describe are typical hormone effects on your breasts prior to a period starting. The dark blue veins become more prominent but those changes go away after the period begins. Read more...

I started my period yesterday but it stopped about two hours after. I am on birth control but I haven't been taking it regularly, I've missed a day here or there and have taken it late. And I am sexually active. What could this mean? Does this mean I'm pr

Some thoughts... It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result if done correctly. One can test about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. An Ob-Gyn doctor can evaluate any persistent or worrisome symptoms. Read more...

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?

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. Read more...

My period was shorter than normal & I am not on birth control & I am sexually active & I have some pregnancy symptoms could I pregnant?

Possible. Pregnancy is possible but difficult to tell based on the symptoms your described. Remember if you just had your period then either you are not pregnant or possibly had a spontaneous miscarriage. If that's not the case, then consider taking a home pregnancy test. Also please try to be safe and always use condoms when sexually active. Read more...
Take test. Unlikely, but 25% of pregnancies have some bleeding in the first trimester, so if in doubt, it is always smart to take a test. See provider if in doubt. Read more...
Not Pregnant. Nope. But we could be more helpful if you defined exactly what you mean by pregnancy symptoms. Read more...