I recently had my IUD removed at the end of February because it was causing too many problems. My doctor originally put me on loryna because I suffer from acne. My insurance wouldn't cover it after two months so I was switched to gianvi. My doctor told me after having the IUD removed I would probably start a period and I did a few days later. But since then, being on loryna and gianvi I have not had another one. I get mild cramping every now and then but have not noticed any bleeding. Is this normal? I was afraid of pregnancy when I was still on my IUD but a pregancy test came back negative. I need help calming my nerves.
22 Apr 2013
Sometimes when you start a new birth control pill you can experience irregular bleeding for a while (sometimes up to three months). Some women have more frequent bleeding and some don't have any periods. If you are taking the pill as directed, daily, on time, etc. then highly unlikely that you should become pregnant. But if you are worried then please discuss with your doctor.
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