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Qlaira birth control

hey, I ve been using Qlaira birth control since september and everything was fine (regular periods) while I was sexually active. since 2 month my partner is gone abroad, but I continued using BC and period didn t come for two month now. had preg test after the first missed period - negative. no nausea , no dizziness. but also less appetite. never missed a pill, always within a few hours of usual time. I am 20. any helpful thoughts on this ? thanks in advance.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Birth control pills are hormonal preparation so there is some imbalance in your body giving rise to amenorrhoea(missed periods).The best thing you can do is to discontinue the pills & wait for the periods to come .Since your partner is not there i guess you don't need it now.If you get your periods in a week then fine ;if you don't then consult a Gynaec.Also once you get your periods & your partner comes back you can restart the pills if required.Take care.
Answered: Sat, 19 Mar 2011
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