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Stopped taking pill when spotting. Lower back pain, sore stomach, tender breasts, nausea. Negative pregnancy tests. What could this be?

im 21 i stopped taking the pill a few days before my last period when i got it it was more spotting than a period... im due it again on monday but im getting lower back pain my stomach is sore nd bloated my breasts are tender im eatting more nausea through out the day iv taken two pregnancy tests both came up negative can you tell me what this could be please thanks
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Hi dear,

Thanks for your query.

There is nothing to worry about. Pills act by deregulating hormonal balance in the body. It takes 1-2 months- after stopping pills- for the hormonal balance to be restored to normal.

The periods will become normal and regular soon.

Irrespective of scanty bleeding in the form of spotting, the associated symptoms of periods are always there. Take drug for nausea and acidity + pain-killers for pain. Your problems are likely to be transient and should disappear after the expected period.

If the problems persist even after the expected period is off, consult your gynecologist who will advise a correct course of action after examining you thoroughly.

Hope I have answered your query.

Dr. Rakesh Karanwal

Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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