Stopped taking the pill and haven't had my period
Hi, I was on the birth control pill for a short while and after finishing the second dose, I stopped but still had my period for that month. I had sex a week after my periods were over and two weeks later I experienced another period. I also had some spotting after that. This was in some time early march. I am so confused. I haven't had my period this april and I do not know why I had a period 2 weeks after stopping the pill. Can someone please tell me if something is wrong with me stopping the pill or if I could likely be pregnant.
The weird period two weeks after your first is probably just your body adjusting to coming off the pill.
If you had unprotected sex and were not taking the pill, then yes you could be pg. Take a hpt. If negative, take a hpt once a week until you get your period or until the test is positive. If you don't want to get pg, then use condoms or ask your doctor about other bc options.
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