I had sex with a condom on September 25th, got my period on September 27th, and inserted nuvaring on September 28th. I removed the nuvaring a week early on October 13th instead of October 19th due to non-stop spotting over the two weeks. I had sex on October 26th with a condom. Technically my period is roughly 2 weeks late. I have reason to believe I am about to ovulate, and I'm wondering if that makes sense. Does the nuvaring 'freeze' where you are in your cycle, would that account for a two week late period due to the nuvaring being inserted for two weeks? Should I be worried about pregnancy?
You've just confused the heck out of your body. If you had kept using it the spotting would get straightened out. Its just the initial reaction to the extra hormones. What makes you think you're going to ovulate? Personally I'd get back on the ring, as soon as I had my period. You're using a condom so its not real likely you're pregnant, although the ring would be more effective then the condom. Nothing is going to "freeze" your cycle.
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