it depends on what time your period comes on like before u start the pill, you know like beginning of the month (or end) when ever it came on before you got on the pill Hello. When you stop birth control pills you will first have a withdrawal bleed which can be very light, spotting or look exactly like your normal period. This is caused by the hormones combined in the pill, being released from your body. Once there released and your body begins adjusting to being without the pill, you have break through bleeding. It does take three months for the pill to be completely out of your system. When you expect your period is different in every woman. Some women have two periods in the first month of stopping the pill. This is the withdrawal bleed and the normal period. While other women have scanty periods for the next few months. It all depends on how quickly your body adjusts to being off the pill.
been on my period for 2 weeks what does that mean
You should go for a test 2 weeks after your period was due
They count pregnancy from your last menstrual period not from when you actually had sex and conceieved. So if its been 5 wks since you had sex and got pregnant but you had your period like a week before that then you'd be 6 weeks pregnant. Or if you started your period 2 weeks before you had sex then you'd be 7 weeks pregnant.
If you have been using the pill regularly, it can cause your periods to become very light or stop all together. If you have not been on BCP and your period is 2 weeks late you should find out why your period is late before taking a drug to make it start.
I think if it's been more than 2-3 weeks since your last period, you should do a test
Depends on timing. If your period finished a day ago, you have a whole month to find out, but if it's been three weeks since you had your period, you'll notice the absence before the symptoms. 
i have been on my period for mroe than 2 weeks before now and it has only happened a coulpe of times. it is not unusual to have irregular periods but if this continues then consult your Dr.
Possibly. Assuming you conceived just after your last period, and it's been two weeks. But really, such tests are hardly worth doing until you've had the first indicator, which is the missed period.
It's possible. Stress can cause ovulation to be suppressed, but that would've been two weeks before you were supposed to get your period.
Yes, the next period typically comes in 4-6 weeks if your period was regular prior to using Nuva Ring. If your period was irregular before Nuva Ring, it is likely to return to its prior irregular habit.
No. You should still have your period. Most people don't skip there periods unless they have been taken there pills for months. So expect your period.
It is extremely unlikely as you would only just be ovulating two weeks before your period and therefore would only be getting pregnant if you were having sex on that day.
where abouts have you been bleeding
Yes you can be pregnant, I would go to the doc's you could be having a misscarage, A DNC would need to be done! Answer Hi I had Implantation bleeding 2 weeks before my period got my period so can't be pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test or go to the doctors and see what's wrong with your periods. Irregular periods could of caused it. From Pink Princess
The best way is to have intercourse at your fertile time, 2 weeks before a period is due. But there are no guarantees. If you have been trying for six months with no success, you and your partner should get checked out.
You only get pregnant two weeks before a period so I doubt you are pregnant, the bloating and headaches may be from something you ate, have you been on a Chinese food jag? Alternatively, was your last period very light and short? If so it may have been an implantation bleed and you may be pregnant.
yes and no. if you have been sexually active two weeks prior to your expected period you should wait a week before going to the doctor or taking a home pregnancy test. if not theres nothing to worry about, it should be coming the next day!
Wait until you have had your period, and then begin taking the new pack the Sunday after your period is done. Good luck!
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yes you could be! the spotting could have been implantation bleeding. see if you get your period next month and take a test!
Yes you should seek medical advice.
well, do u meen uve been wating 4 weeks and ur period hasn't come or uve had ur period for 4 weeks??
No. You get pregnant 2 weeks before your period so would not yet have any symptoms. There is obviously a problem though so see your doctor.
If you have been on the pill for over 4 weeks then perform a pregnancy test 3 weeks after you last had intercourse. If you've recently started birth control, you need to continue taking your pills as normal but you need to use a condom for 4 weeks to prevent pregnancy. The same applies to the above.