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Is it common to have a lot of discharge after being off of the pill for a month and still have the pregnancy test come back negative?

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2005-11-20 01:26:10
2005-11-20 01:26:10

Yes its common because your body is working off the birth control pills which stop you from ovulating. Because of this your body is trying to get back on track and your ovulation cycle may be a bit messed up. It takes 3 months for the pill to be out of your system.

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