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When taking birth control to regulate periods if your period started on a Monday and the pills are started the following Thursday when will bleeding stop?

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2006-07-31 21:54:24
2006-07-31 21:54:24

Your period will usually stop within 7 days. It is different in every woman. Some bleed for 3 days while others bleed for 6 days.

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