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Mee
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Hi,

I recently started Yasmin (im in my fourth week now, the "inactive pills" with no hormones.) I was wondering when I am supposed to start my period. When I finish all the pills?

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KittenGoddess
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Usually you will have your withdrawl period sometime during your inactive week. It often takes several days for the hormones to fully clear your system and for your body to get ready for your bleed.

This being your first cycle of pills, you may have some wonkiness (i.e. early bleeding, late bleeding, midcycle spotting, etc.). That can occur for the first couple of months of being on the pill. It should clear up within three months or so.

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Mee
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Thanks for the help.
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