Usually for 4 days.
how long does it take to get back on your normal cycle after stopping birth control
It all depends on how long you bled before you got on birth control. Some birth control pills stop bleeding completely. If you want to know specifics your going to have to talk to your doctor.
Hi, Your question is: Do you spot after stopping the pill? Yes, you do spot after stopping the pill. The "spotting" usually occurs within 7 days of stopping the pill but sometimes it can take as long as 14 days to occur. This spotting is known as a withdrawal bleed and is perfectly normal. It simply means birth control is withdrawing from your system.
This is normal because everyone adjusts to birth control differently. Some people will not bleed at all while others might bleed the whole time they are on the medication.
The birth control pill is out of your system within days, but you may have some hormonal-related symptoms as you begin to ovulate again after stopping.
all birth control pills work for 24 hours each
I also wanna know is it working the same way as depo?
You will experience a withdrawal bleed first and your period will arrive 4+weeks after this.
It can take up to three months for your period to return after stopping hormonal birth control such as depo provera or the pill. Any longer than this and you should talk to your doctor. Even if you do not have your period, you can still become pregnant so should take precautions if you are not trying to conceive.
After either changing or stopping with the use of birth control pills, it is quite common to have a result such as brown or even darker period. It is normal, the experts say, mostly due to uteral lining, which stopped being thick as it was prior to taking birth control pills. No reason to worry as long as the visits to the doctor are regular and pills aren't taken without proper physical exam
No you will unfortunately not get your period around the same time as you previously did. It will take 3 months for the hormones in birth control to be out of your system and because of this it can take this long for your periods to regulate themselves.
It takes about a year to get your body back into balance. You may miss periods for quite some time or even have more than one period a month. It depends on the woman. It's great you are off the pill because they aren't that good for you. Birth control, short-term, used for heavy bleeding or uncontrolled periods can be a good thing, but to take them for years is dangerous.