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Jan 12
16:53
Hey so right now I’m getting really worried. How long does it take for your period to start after you finished your pack of pills? I feel like it’s always about the second day but now I’m not sure for some reason. And every time I think I’m going to start if feel cramping but I don’t feel any of that. I know I shouldn’t be worried but I am, should I be?
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Jan 12
16:55
Mine comes aroumd the 5th day. But I usually feel like I’m gonna come on on the 4th day likw feel a bit Emotional and cramps😂
 
Jan 12
16:55
But no you shouldn’t be worried.
 
Jan 12
17:32
It might not even come at all, there’s no need to be worried
 
Jan 12
18:06
It’s normal not to bleed, all that matters is your pills. Educate yourself on how the pill works 👍🏻
 
Jan 12
20:10
Any vaginal bleeding during the time you’re taking your active pills is called “breakthrough bleeding.” Any bleeding when you are on your break (placebo) week is called “withdrawal bleeding.” The pill works to make you not ovulate, so any bleeding you experience at any time is not considered your period anymore. Bleeding is also not an indicator about whether you are pregnant or not. Bleeding is a normal side effect of the pill. There is a 3-6 month adjustment period to the pill, but symptoms (including breakthrough bleeding) can happen at any time, even after the adjustment period. Many people also stop bleeding entirely while on birth control pills. Birth control pills are known to lighten or even stop bleeding. If you have been taking your pills correctly, on-time (and accounting for interactions), then it does not matter whether you bleed or not. It is normal either way.
 
Jan 12
20:17
I take my last pill on the Sunday and my period doesn't come until the Friday
 

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