Periods while Pregnant
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How long will it take for your period to come back after getting off the pill if your period is abnormal?

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2005-09-27 09:19:36
2005-09-27 09:19:36

Dear Pill User, I was on the pill for over three years, I was told by my doctor that it would take 3 - 6 months for my periods to regulate themselves after I stopped ising the pill. Everthing was regular for me after the 2nd month. Everyones body is different so give it a chance.

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