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.

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Delayed period on birth control, never happened before please help?

Probably normal. As long as you haven't missed any pills, missing a period while on the pill is usually pretty normal. I'd do a pregnancy test just to be sure. As long as it's negative, I would keep taking the pill. If it happens next month, you could change pills, or just go on without having periods, which is not harmful. Read more...

If I've been on birth control for over 6 months and take it correctly, and he pulls out, does it mean a delayed period means I am pregnant?

Likely not. Do you mean birth control pills? When taken correctly, at the same time every day, the pill has a failure rate <1%. Withdrawal alone has a much higher failure rate, but the 2 methods together have a low rate of failure to prevent pregnancy. If, by a "delayed period" your mean, a missed period, it can occur due to the pill. Check a pregnancy test to be sure, and if negative, keep taking the pills. Read more...

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

Amennorhea. Yes an irregular period may come because of hormone bnormalities afterstopping the pill one should monitor the menses and use an alternate form of birthcontrol until periods regularize. Read more...

21 f on birth control, period started late, period lighter than normal, pain in my belly that's not normal, been tired a lot more lately. What wrong?

Suppression. I am focused on the fatigue. BCP can suppress testosterone in young women significantly enough to cause loss of energy, fatigue and loss of sex drive. BCP can suppress bleeding so that menses may be lighter. Belly pain may be unrelated and bowel related. Ultrasound would help rule out pelvic issues that may cause pain. Read more...