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I would say a month or two at the most. If you feel your cycle is irregular talk to your doctor they may be able to give you medication to help it get back to normal.

The pill usually keeps your cycle on schedule, well it did for me unfortunately.

I just stopped using my Birth Control pills about four months ago, and my period came on for the first time again last month. I guess that this varies among females depending on body type, how long medication use, etc. I was on the pills for four years and it took 3 months for my period to start again after I stopped taking them.

Same with me. It took about 3 cycles for my system to regulate back.

I was on BCP for 13 years. I got off them and got pregnant the first month trying. When I had my baby, I got period at 4 w post partum adn got back on BCP. I have had regular periods since then.

Good luck!

i was on BCP for about four years and got off of them last month and my period supposed to been started about two weeks ago and haven't seen any sign of it yet. i was weighing about 115 but now i just weigh 100. some people say im lucky but trust me i dont feel like myself since ive been off

I have been off birth control also for a month and am supposed to hit my period yesterday. I had unprotected sex around the times I should have been ovulating. I dont feel like I am going to hit my period, and I has bad cramps about a week and a half ago that were off and on for two days. I took two pregnancy tests couple days ago and they were negative. Should I take a test again in a couple days? When will my period hit, its always early?

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