whats going on

on Nov 28, 2008 @ 01:25 pm

My husband and I are trying for a baby I went off the pill in August and had two normal periods (a few days later than when on the pill) my last period was Oct.8th and than nothing for 48 days did two pregnancy test both negative got my period on Nov.25th for two days and now nothing just wondering if anyone has any feed back thanks.

4 Replies

see a doctor on Nov 28, 2008 @ 02:29 pm

Are you under a lot of stress? Severe stress can really screw up your period schedule.

I think the pregnancy test are accurate if the results are negative. However, if you are unsure, you can always go to your doctor and ask them to confirm it. If you are not pregnant, you can ask the doctor why you are missing your periods.

Have you tried monitoring your basal body temperature? I think it's good to do because:
1) you will have something else to confirm your pregnancy test results aside from whether you get your period
2) it's good to know your body better before you get pregnant

Ali de Bold
The Pill on Dec 01, 2008 @ 10:52 am

It can take a long time to get it out of your system. Even up to a year to get your period normal again. Also, BB is right that stress can be a factor. You should always talk to your Doctor if you are trying to get pregnant. There may be some extra vitamins and supplements you should be taking and also they can explain if this unusual cycle you are experiencing is related to you going off the pill or something else.

I had the same problem on Jan 19, 2009 @ 08:59 pm

I had the same problem when I first went off the pill and my husband and I were trying to get pregnant. It took six months before I was able to get pregnant. Let your body get use to not being on the pill. Also read up on conceiving. The best way to figure out when you are fertile is get in tune with your body. What worked for me both times I got pregnant and this happens with most women, is watch your vaginal discharge. Once it is heavy, (egg white consistency) you are fertile. Time to get busy!! The only other thing I have to offer is stop thinking about it, which - I know is impossible. Good Luck.

Doctor on Jan 21, 2009 @ 02:15 pm

MissChickie is right, it can take awhile for your period to get back on track. Either way, if what is happening is out of the ordinary, I would go see a doctor. It could be nothing but then you have peace of mind.

Leave A Reply

Your Reply:


Join Our Newsletter

Stay in the loop for the latest news, contests, deals and more!