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devilwearsprada
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I was taking the minipill micronor for two months but I didn't like the side effects so I stopped. It has been a week since I've stopped taking them and I haven't gotten a withdrawal bleed or period yet. Is this normal? How long does it take to get a period again?
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Karybu
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It really varies from person to person, and it can take a few months after going off any type of hormonal birth control for your cycles to get back into a pattern. If you still haven't had a period in a month or so, it wouldn't hurt to check in with your doctor, but a week isn't really that long, so give your body a bit more time.

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