Women's Health Community
65.9k Members
Avatar universal

No period for 3 months, not pregnant?

First off I'm not trying to conceive, I have been on two forms of birth control (Nexplanon implant then birth control pills) since May of last year but quit may this year due ton not being able to handle the side effects. I decided to try charting because condoms and sponges give me back UTIS, but I had to wait for my cycle to start back from the birth control. I had a light period immediately quitting the birth control in may, but missed it in June. The last week of June I took plan b after using a sponge but having to take it out early due to it being too uncomfortable. I had a very heavy period the next week on July 4 and haven't had a period since. Throughout these past 3 months I've moved and started college and a new job, and battled a bad UTI with antibiotics and just finished up a big cold. I have been taking pregnancy tests ever 2 weeks, and just took another yesterday, and they are all negative. I feel fine, no symptoms of pregnancy or an infection. In August I had light spotting just when I wipe fir two days and had a little more in September but not even enough to wear a liner. Lastly, I have started having some bleeding after sex that just started happening the past week. It doesn't even last a day, just when I use the bathroom right after then it's gone. Could the spotting the last few months have been some form of my period? When should I start to worry? Just looking for some opinions and input on what's going on, thanks so much.
0 Responses
Have an Answer?
Didn't find the answer you were looking for?
Ask a question
Popular Resources
From skin changes to weight loss to unusual bleeding, here are 15 cancer warning signs that women tend to ignore.
Here’s what you need to know about the transition into menopause – and life after the change takes place.
It’s more than just the “baby blues.“ Learn to recognize the signs of postpartum depression – and how to treat it.
Forget the fountain of youth – try flossing instead! Here are 11 surprising ways to live longer.
From STD tests to mammograms, find out which screening tests you need - and when to get them.
Find out if PRP therapy right for you.