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Last November 25, 2016, first day of my last menstruation I took Althea pills, and then Last December I was expecting I will have my period on December 26,2016 but sad to say I still don't have my period until now. I don't have contact with my husband.
Is this a normal side effects of the althea pills? since this is mt first taking contraceptive pills ( Althea )? Please help and answer and my worries.
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replied January 9th, 2017
Hello,
Truly speaking this is not normal.You should have a cycle at the end of pill unless you are already pregnant.So, please do a pregnancy testing first to rule out this possibility and if needed meet your GP.
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replied January 22nd, 2017
But from November to January 7,2017 I don't have contact with husband. Is it possible takings althea pills can make u pregnant without sex contact?
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replied January 22nd, 2017
But from November to January 7,2017 I don't have contact with husband. Is it possible takings althea pills can make u pregnant without sex contact?
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