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Stopped birth control. Milky white discharge, cramps, headaches. Negative pregnancy test. No periods

I was on birth coontrol I stopped using them then my period was suppossed too start and I didn't a couple days after that I had a milky white discharge for like a couple days then it stopped I have been having cramps and headaches and some first signs of prgenacy but I didn't get my period for seven days I took a pregnancy actually three of them days apart and they said negative and now today I got a very light reddish color discharge am I pregnant
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM,

Oral contraceptive pills act by suspending the ovulation during the time when it is used.
After stopping the pills, ovulation takes some time to re-start.
Regular periods take around 6 months to resume.
During this period, the cycles may be irregular and ovulation may be suspended.
The time taken to resume periods varies from woman to woman.
Pregnancy is ruled out since the pregnancy test is negative.
Cramps and headache may be unrelated to the menstrual cycles and they are not signs of pregnancy.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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