I've been off the pill since last June, it's almost February (8 months) and i still haven't gotten my period. not pregnant either. my gyno said it's nothing to worry about, especially since my cycle was very irregular before starting the pill. i cant complain..
I stopped taking the pill after being on it for 4 years. I had my first period off the pill on day 57. Not prego as I have taken 4 test (paranoid) so it may take a while for your body to regulate.
I have recently stopped birth control pills and am now on day 40 with no menstrual period. (I am not pregnant.) My ob/gyn told me that some women start on a normal rhythm again immediately and others can take a couple of months.
I was on the pill for 11 years and went off over a month ago. I'm on day 43 and still no period (had a negative pregnancy test yesterday). I've heard it varies widely across individuals - some people will resume right away, others may take up to a year. I'm taking Vitex (agnus catus, chaste tree berry), which is supposed to help regulate menstrual cycles.
It depends on your body, how long you've been on the pill, health, and cycles prior to the pill.
Once you stop the pill you will get your withdrawal bleed, you should get your first menstrual period within three months of this - if you don't then see your doctor to check that there's nothing wrong. It can take up to 12 months for your cycles to regulate once you come off the pill as it takes time for cycles to get back on track. Remember you can get pregnant once off birth control, although it is best to avoid pregnancy the first year after the pill even if TTC to allow your body to replace nutrients depleted while on the pill, this helps prevent miscarriage.
Taking a pill can cause vaginal bleeding and provide some health benefits, but a pill cannot cause you to get a "real period" (ovulation followed by shedding of the vaginal lining) and it can not "jump start" your period. How long it might take your body to resume menstruation depends on the underlying cause of your missing period, and is a question that your health care provider is in the best position to answer.
Yes, there are various pills that are available. You should speak to your pharmacist, or preferably, your doctor, and they will recomend something for you to delay it. However, if you are on the Pill,by skipping the placebo pills and going straight to the next pack, you will avoid your period for that cycle.
No, starting the Pill will not immediately cause a delay in your period and starting the Pill late in your cycle can cause breakthrough bleeding that can last for days or weeks. The pill will start delaying periods after taken for a full cycle, depending on the hormones and your reaction sometimes it takes a couple cycles.
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