Ive been on reclipsen for 2 months and it was fine, When I started my period this last time I finished in 3 days but the first days were very heavy and painful, then the 4th day i didnt have anything, then day 5 I started again, a light period, I had to use light tampons. It has been like that since;I will start the inactive pills again in a week. Whats going on?
Birth control can really mix things up. I've had very mixed up periods!!! I have 2 sons so this don't mean you can't get pregnant but But on your subject you are okay. I don't know itlf you're pregnant or not. I wasn't, I've went many different times with out my period one time 4 mths 6 mths 9 mths Ect. I don't know about yours but mine was stress. A very stressful life can cause this. Also, doctors toldme diet can do this to! I've also had them the way. You have had Extremely heavy with very bad pains and short. Then nothing for 9 mths. Mine was stress!
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