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... pack about 2 months ago and was fine. No matter where in the pack you stop, your 1st period off the pill after the withdrawal bleed will likely be delayed. Mine was at 5 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... the week before 3rd of october i was still on MICROGYNON 30, ALWAYS had a period on it during 7 day break. ... (1 replies)
... I can't really answer you from experience, because I'm about at the same place as you are. ... (7 replies)

... On May 1st I stopped my birth control pills entirely, as I am going to take a break for a few months. ... (3 replies)
... Starting and stopping the pill is not a good idea, and it will definately screw up your cycle. ... (1 replies)
Confused
Feb 3, 2005
... You're problem is probably just side effects of stopping the pill. ... (1 replies)
Confused
Feb 3, 2005
... Hi...Im very new to this site and the information that it holds, so any information would be helpful. I stop taking the pill on the 1st day of my last period. I am now 5 days over due. ... (1 replies)
... er had any problems with it until this year. I bled for nearly 6 months straight. At first they didn't seem to care and told me it's normal and should get better after another shot. It didn't. So then they had me come in a week early for the following shot and that actually did the trick. ... (5 replies)
... there for a while untill it stopped completely and after that it came only when my next depo was due for a day or 2 and was again barely there. ... (5 replies)
... hear. The day I was told I could start was 10 days after the start of my period and about 5 days after the end. So I started them that day and then realized that everyone BUT my Dr. ... (0 replies)
About Depo Provera
Oct 19, 2006
... The pill if taken correctly has proven to be very effective. The risks that come with Depo use is NOT worth it. I would rather risk pregnancy than to risk any lifelong side effects such as osteoporosis. ... (10 replies)
... Recent studies show that most common antibiotics, including Dynancin, do not decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills. Regardless, even if there is an interaction, switching to the regular OTC isn't going to offer you more protection. ... (1 replies)
... through bleeding on any birth control pill for the first couple of cycles. Usually, the side effect goes away after a few completed cycles. ... (1 replies)
Estrostep FE
Aug 15, 2005
... weeks late or 1 week early. that maybe only happened 3 times in the past 5 years. a long time ago i got into the habit of marking off the 1st day of my period in the calendar in my checkbook so i would always know when to expect it. so i can tell you every period i've had in like the last 5 years... ... (108 replies)
BC Nightmare
Jul 5, 2007
... Hello everyone, I'm new to the boards as of today and I'd like to thank you for viewing my post. My gyno gave me the Depo shot over 2 years ago to control my "severe" periods. ... (4 replies)




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