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... You're not supposed to spot while on your pill. It's often a side effect when you first use the pill, but it usually goes away, just like it did in your case. ... (2 replies)
... I've been on birth control for four months now. i spotted for most of the first month then after i started my second pack it immediately ended. I haven't spotted since. Could this be a sign of pregnancy? ... (2 replies)
... first of all relax there nothing you can do about it now but wait for your period. With your pill you should have got an information packet. there are two ways to start the pill. ... (8 replies)

... oh no. ya it was too soon to have unprotected sex. you are soposed to wait a month. but whats important is when did you have sex? ... (8 replies)
... That's how you skip your period is by taking the next round without taking the placebos. It's not a big deal. Women have been doing it for ages. ... (10 replies)
... anyway, one of her issues is she is convinced she'll get pregnant with condoms, birth control pills, and spermicide. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know how much your diet affects your period or anything and was wondering if anyone had knowledge of that or had really amazing results with birth control. ... (0 replies)
... Well birth control for me is very effective. I gained some weight at first, but I have been taking it off recently. ... (19 replies)
... a light period for a day off and on for two weeks. Finally, I had a full blown period start one day, and it hasn't stopped since! ... (0 replies)
... days. And I have a migraine EVERY period, and the migraines knock me right down for 2 or 3 days. And the bleeding will sometimes just completely stop during my period for a day or two, then kick in again. And I hate how emotional I am throughout the whole month. ... (4 replies)
... I am 32, married, and wanting to get pregnant. I took a progesterone only birth control pill for 7 years and got off this past June. Since then I have had about 3 periods. My last true period was in October, and I had a very light one in Dec. ... (0 replies)
... take your pills regularly during the active pills, then you are protected, even during the time while you're on the placebos. ... (1 replies)
... dule on time, however, from the research I've done on this and other message boards, I seem to be the exception rather than the norm when it comes to getting the period back on track. ... (1 replies)
... Once you stop a pill, four days later, your period comes. If you've only taken it a week, you'll get a period again, a bit too soon. You do not want that! ... (5 replies)
... hi all. i've got some questions for you guys. this is long, i'm trying to give some backround info. sorry! ... (3 replies)
Depo. shot
Jun 29, 2006
... Although I do agree that there are plenty of people who claim innocent scapegoats as reason for their weight gain, the depo shot most certainly was the problem for me. ... (14 replies)
... how much you bleed. Do not stop taking the pill. You need to give your body about 3 cycles to get used to it. Plan B can effect your cycle too, so maybe that is why your bleeding was diffferent. ... (2 replies)
... you have had kids already so your a prime candidate for it's use due to the size of your uterus. ... (5 replies)
... I have been successfully able to delay my period since age 15. ... (3 replies)
... This is a great question, and I wish more young men thought as you do. ... (1 replies)

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