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The absence of periods after stopping pill use could indicate hormonal problems (if you are not sexually active).
If you were having regular periods before these 3 months, then the absence of periods indicate secondary amenorrhea warranting further investigations to look for underlying cause and treatment. Visit your gynecologist (not GP or Family physician) to go ahead with examination and investigations at the earliest. It will help prevent undue complications.
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