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14, on heather I had my period but havent had it since

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Im 14 haven't had sex yet, havent had my period in 3 months. I was put on birth control last January. J recently changed to the pill heather the first month on heather I had my period but havent had it since.I have been cramping alot but j never start my flow.. Is there something wrong ?

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replied July 12th, 2014
Birth Control Answer A48254
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Irregular periods can be due to anovulatory menstrual cycles, hormonal derangement, etc. Missing 1-2 periods while being on hormonal pills are also considered to be normal. However if the hormonal pills were not the same (hormonal dosage and content were varied), and if you were sexually active without additional protection during switchover of pills, chances of pregnancy resulting could be possible. For further examination evaluation clarification and assistance visit your doctor/gynecologist.
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