If I had my last period on August 30th and it lasted until september 3, would i have gotten another period in September or not until October if i had regular cycles?
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replied October 13th, 2007
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We don't know what your personal reglar cycle could be. Do you normally have a 28 day period? 30? 34? Are you regular or irregular?

Count from the first day of your last period (August 30th) and go from there. So 4 weeks (a 28 day cycle) would have another period due on September 27 - give or take a few days because we don't really know what length your cycle usually runs.
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replied October 13th, 2007
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I see your previous posts. If you believe you are pregnant, take a pregnancy test.

Sometimes it takes a few months to regulate your cycles after quitting birth control.

Did you quit because you are ttc?
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replied October 13th, 2007
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im not sure, i was regular then took birth control for about 1 or 1 and a half months then stopped taking it. it took like 57 days to get my period again but it finally came on august 30th so i thought that my cycle would go back to normal because i had taken birth control before and stopped it and after i had my first period again, i went back to normal. my cycles are normally 28-32 days. i was expecting to start around september 30 but i havent yet. i took a preg test(because i had unprotected sex on sep. 3rd and 5th) on october 6th but it was negative.
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replied October 13th, 2007
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no i stopped taking it at the time because i wasnt able to get to the doctor in time to get another prescription so i just stopped taking them.
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replied October 13th, 2007
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You are probably not pregnant. More than likely it is a result of the hormone levels in your body being off. But, if you still don't start your period, please take another test/s. Smile

Weird that your doctor only give prescriptions for a month or two at a time... Mine gives them out for 6 months and all I have to do is call on the phone and ask for a 'refill' prescription to be sent to my pharmacy (or I can pick it up at the office and take it to the pharmacy). The only requirement is that I am seen every year for a pap smear.
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replied October 13th, 2007
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my gyno also gives prescriptions for longer but the only reason she gave them to me(she gave me sample packs first) in the first place was because i was supposed to come back and get a pap smear then she was going to give me a full prescription for them, but i never made it back because i had a lot going on, then i just never went back.
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replied October 13th, 2007
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If you can go in now, she may be able to give you something to jump start your period in addition to the pap and bc prescription.
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replied October 13th, 2007
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thank you for your replies. i dont know if i want to go back on bc, maybe i will though but i dont know. we will just stick to using condoms for now i guess
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