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Lutera birth control, trying to conceive now, no menstrual cycle due to BCP, suggestions

I was taking Lutera to prevent pregnancy from January 2011 to Novemebr 2011, which is when my fiance and I decided to try to conceive. Unfortunately, I have not had a menstrual cycle since and considering I no longer have health insurance.....I am unable to go to the doctor s to see what s going on. Is there anything that you could tell me about this matter.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Hi, I guess you have tested your urine for pregnancy. If negative then don,t be very upset as some women have this side effect after stopping birth control pills i.e. they don't have periods which may delay recovery of their fertility. This should not last beyond 6 months. If this continues, beyond that period you need to go to a doctor for investigations. Take care.
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