After stopping the Pill there is no way to predict when a woman will have her first period.
The Pill does not cause any alteration in a woman's natural menstrual cycle, but as taking the Pill provides a woman with regular withdrawal bleeds, it can mask the fact that she is not having periods.
If you have had negative pregnancy
tests, this is likely to be correct.
A short delay of two to three months before having a period is not unusual.
If your periods have not returned six months after having stopped the Pill, then your GP will want to organise some blood tests to try to establish why this is.
The most common causes of a lack of periods are weight loss
. Medical conditions such as thyroid disease
can also be responsible, as can other hormonal
It is likely that your periods will return in the next month or so.