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Early periods after stopping birth control pills - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   ok real quick, i was talking birth control
User :   for about 6 months and i decided to stop fter i finished the month of february
User :   i got my period two weeks early before finishing the pills for two weeks
User :   now that was on feb 5,
Doctor :   ok
User :   today is march 13 i have not seen or had and cramping for my period to start..
User :   ive had nausea fatigue
User :   negative preg test
Doctor :   was ur periods regular?
User :   and my breasts are tender
User :   yes
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide your Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight.
Doctor :   when was ur last period
User :   i would always get my period in the beg of the month
Doctor :   when isit expected this time around
Doctor :   ok
User :   this month march 5
User :   im 21 f married 5'2 150 lbs
Doctor :   if u on pills
User :   i have a 7 month old
Doctor :   it will take sometime for the periods to get regular
User :   i stopped the pills...
User :   oh...
Doctor :   since u pregnancy test is negative
Doctor :   ur unlikely to be pregnant
User :   ok?
User :   ok thanks!
Doctor :   ur periods are delayed may be becoz of stress
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