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    Default missed period or pregnant?

    Hi everyone

    So recently i have just come off the pill last month and my partner and i are both hoping to concieve i put on the calander the week i would be due for my period followig coming off the pill and i had the same signs and symptoms coming into the week eg, tender breasts, stomach pains, bloating feeling but so far nothing? i have read that it can take months for a normal period to happen after coming off the pill but with all the symptoms i assumed they would arrive? everyone feel free to comment your opinions or personal experiences. Im a little scared about taking a pregnancy test and seeing the dissapointment of a negative. I havent really noticed any very obvious pregnancy symptoms.

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    Did you have a break through bleed after stopping the pill? How did did you calculate when your period would be due? And how many days late would you be?

    It can be really hard to determine what's going to happen after being on the pill

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    i did notice i had the smallest amount of spotting around the day my period was due but not even enough to worry about. i am now only 3 days late but i have always had exactly regular periods. I just calculated it as the 4 weeks after coming off the pill so i could be wrong at the same time.


 

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