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Start a new pill called brevicon (ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone). No period?

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Dr. David Doucette
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Probably normal

Presuming your not pregnant, it is not uncommon for some pills to suppress uterine lining proliferation so much that there is no significant sloughing at the end of the cycle and, therefor, no period.
"pill amenorrhea" as it is called, is normal and should not cause alarm.

In brief: Probably normal

Presuming your not pregnant, it is not uncommon for some pills to suppress uterine lining proliferation so much that there is no significant sloughing at the end of the cycle and, therefor, no period.
"pill amenorrhea" as it is called, is normal and should not cause alarm.
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