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Discontinued Cerazette. Now prolonged bleeding. Can you help?

hi i stopped taking cerazette 3 months ago i had a normal period 5 days then 2 weeks later i had another period for 7 days after that i didnt have a period for 5 weeks and i was hoping i was pregnant i took 3 tests over a week all neg then on the 26th of feb i came on my period and still bleeding 12 days later and no sign of it stopping any time soon can you help me am trying to have a baby but with being all over the place like this is stopping use from trying properly
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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It usually takes a a couple of months for normal cycles to resume after stopping the pill as there is sudden withdrawal of hormone. Meanwhile, you may experience the type of breakthrough as you have now. If you suspect pregnancy, you can get a blood test and go for a trans-vaginal sonogram. I would suggest you to see a gynecologist for a complete evaluation of your hormonal status, local examination, regularization of cycles and treatment for conception. You need to get into regular ovulatory cycles for natural conception. Try to maintain a healthy weight, eat healthy and avoid stress. Good luck.
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