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missed period

i am 23 year old married 6 months ago i used to have normal menstruation. but after marriage i took ipill monthly once for 4 months till february. i took last i pill on feb 4th after that i did not have sex. i got period on 12th feb n it was 10 days early than my normal due. i got my periods 10 days earlier in month of jan and feb then i dint take any i pill nor i was involved in sex with my husband but i dint get period in month of march and i underwent test for pregnancy twice it was negetive both the times and now 60 passed and still i dint get my periods i went to my doctor after 48 days in month of march she prescrbed mensovit ayurvedic capsules and to try home remedies n i tried drinking parsley seed decoction but nothing helped me i am worried so please help.

In: Menstrual Problems, Posted 7 years ago

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Answer #1

Hello And Greetings From Ayurvedic Cure

Birth control pills should be taken under the guidance of known physician. So that he or she can guide you about the exact dosage. Normally it takes 1-3 months for period to get normal. After taking regular course of contraceptive the hormones responsible for ovulation/period s are suppressed. So after stopping pills body takes some time to regain the potency of making hormones for ovulation. As one cannot conceive until she does not have her periods back

So at least wait for two to three months.Be regular with your check ups.

Further queries are are always welcome.

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Answer #2

Hello And Greetings From Ayurvedic Cure

Whenever somebody is on regular course of birth control pills it takes some times to regain normal periods after sometime. As these pills suppress hormones that are responsible for ovulation. When somebody generally quit the course of pills and try to get back back to normal periods then body takes some time may be 2-3 months. As now body has to prepare its own hormones to ovulate. So this can take some time.
Meanwhile one must be regular with routine check ups.

Further queries are always welcome.

Thank you Support

Answers Answered By: Mosley Level Rating1292 points

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