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Taken birth control. Missed period. Negative pregnancy test. Normal to not get a period for this long?

Hello, i have a question about getting off of birth control . i took birth control pills for two months. when i first strted them i got my period the week after i started them, which was only two weeks after ending my last period. Now, i havent gotten a oeriod in almost two months, but ive gotten several pregnancy tests that have come out negative. is it normal not to get a period for this long? how long will it take ?
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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I have gone through your query and understood your concern. Firstly, I would like to know if you used any additional protection during your first cycle of pill usage and secondly, if you are still on the pill. Menstrual disturbances are common during the initial cycles of the usage of oral contraceptive pills. They can take the form of frequent periods, inter-menstrual spotting or bleeding or absent periods. This usually covers up in a couple of months as the body adjusts itself to the new levels of hormones. However, regular evaluation by your health care provider is mandatory in vies of the possible side effects. In the current scenario, you need a proper evaluation by an expert to plan further management. Hope this helps.
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