It can take as long as 3 months.
Take a pregnancy test. Chances are if you are worried about being late, there would enough hormones to give you a positive or negative test.
It varies, about 28 days.
Most women will have their period within a week or two of stopping birth control pills, and may be fertile from the first day they stop taking it. If you have stopped taking birth control and have not had your regular period as expected, you need a pregnancy test to be sure whether you are pregnant or not.
Your period may be delayed after stopping the patch. If you had unprotected sex after stopping the patch, take a pregnancy test. If you don't' want to get pregnant, find a new effective methods of birth control.
Some women may have breast tenderness with ovulation after stopping NuvaRing. It's just a matter of your body going back to its regular cycle. Breast tenderness can also be a sign of pregnancy, so take a pregnancy test if you miss your period.
There is always a chance for a miscarriage when you are pregnant. See the doctor regular for prenatal check ups.
A short period is common when stopping hormonal birth control. Your regular period should return in four to six weeks.
Unfortunately, birth control stops your period, but sometimes, things go wrong and it PERMANENTLY stops your period. HOWEVER, if it's only been a month, then you have nothing to worry about! Birth control STOPS your period so you don't have to worry!
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After stopping birth control, your period is likely to return to its previous pattern. If you were irregular prior to starting the pill, you're likely to be irregular after you stop.
Yes! This can be very normal. It's all in what kind of bc you were using. I used depo for about a year and didn't get a period for a little over a year after stopping. Hello there. Yes this is quite a common occurance in a lot of women after stopping birth control pills. Some lucky women go on to have regular monthly periods while the majority of women, experience irregular periods for a few months after stopping birth control. It generally takes around three months for birth control to be out of your system so by the fourth or fifth month of stopping the pills, your periods should be becomming more regular.
First of all, the test may be wrong. Also, is your period even regular. Maybe it is just acting weird.