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I have taken birth control for awhile. i recentely stopped taking it and i haven't had my period. how long does it take before you get back into your normal cycle? I took a pregnancy test and it said that i wasn't pregnant. i am confused and worried.
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how recently? it might take a few weeks to get things back to normal. if it goes longer than 2 months, talk to your doctor.

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