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... Does anyone use the pill to get their period every 2 months by skipping the placebo pills? ... (0 replies)
... It's really convenient to not have periods as often as normal. A week before my period would come, i would get UTI's pretty regularly. ... (10 replies)
... you didn't read it, basically, I was on it for about 15 days and became VERY moody and emotional..crying all the time about nothing...and also had extreme nausea every night from 5pm until I went to bed. I couldn't even eat dinner at night because I felt too sick. ... (0 replies)

... In the last four years I've changed my birth control pill 3 times because of spotting in the middle of my cycle. It got to the point where I was getting a full period every 2 weeks! ... (0 replies)
... I have taken The Pill on 3 separate occasions. The first was when I was 22 years old and wanted to skip my period for a few months. ... (8 replies)
... done every 3 months, and the patch i think you change every 2 weeks. so i decided on the pill. ... (6 replies)
... days from the first day of the withdrawal bleed. You could go straight back to 28 day periods or your period may be a little to a lot late. Some women go months before getting their first real period off the pill. ... (6 replies)
... around wed or thurs, i noticed a feeling of cramps, but not entirely the same. they'd be really sharp at first, and then they become a dull pain, and come and go every once in a while. i've never experienced anything like that before my period. ... (1 replies)
... I used to have TERRIBLE periods, they were a mess. Some months it would last for 15 days, some months I wouldn't get it, then it would come every 2 weeks...and the cramps were awful. ... (8 replies)
... but I hope this was helpful. There is also an insert which comes with every pill pack which might help with some of your questions . ... (1 replies)
... When I finally got my pills the first day I took it I had a slight bit of discharge, and this has now continued for about 3 weeks, I have not had a full period, just brown discharge every day. I was advised to continue taking my second pack of pills which I am due to finish tomorrow. ... (1 replies)
... So I had Mirena for 2 years, and about a month after it was originally placed I started getting really random episodes of pain near my right ovary. ... (0 replies)
... discharge from delivery had stopped. 2 weeks later I started bleeding heavily, passing very large clots at times. They did an ultrasound on me and found nothing. ... (1 replies)
... hey, decided to use depo provera last february after trying literally every pill on the market for heavy periods and pain. depo provera worked for the pain and the heaviness. i had a normal period when i first got it, that lasted 2 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... There are short periods where I think I'm returning back to normal, just to go through another bad breakout. ... (0 replies)
... It did not help. I bled moderately for 14 weeks with no break. I did not get a 2nd injection. I had horrible mood swings, acne, and an immediate 15 lb. weight gain. ... (0 replies)
... This goes for the pill or any other method too as far as i can tell, they all reference periods as dates to start the medication. ... (4 replies)
... if I have the bone density test every 2 years, I can keep track of it. I will talk to my GYN on Thursday. ... (9 replies)
... ot to worry if that happens because it's very common. So my first one was 28 days later and I had literally NO cramps! It was so great! I really hoped that my periods would always be this pain free! ... (5 replies)
... My nightmares had gone away after about 2 weeks, I think it was just my body reacting a little to the new pills. ... (7 replies)


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