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What will happen if you stop taking birth control in middle of month?

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2007-05-19 02:22:55
2007-05-19 02:22:55

If you stop taking the pills in the middle of the month you will have bleeding approximately 2-5 days later, followed by a regular period a couple of weeks later. This occurs from the drop in estrogen supplied from the pills.

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