I started birth control to regulate my cycle, but now my period isn't arriving?? My last cycle started on April 29, I started taking Aubra on May 25, it is now June 6. I've been getting cramps, but no bleeding or even spotting. I was told I could start the pill the day that I received them, or the first Sunday of my cycle. I have no idea why I decided to start the pill the Monday of the week that I was SUPPOSED to start my period. Should I stop taking the pill? What's going on downtown?
No, do not stop taking them. You've started them now. Its not important for you to get that period. You will get it when you get to the sugar pills. You might have spotting during the month, but do not alter the pill schedule just keep taking them. You never alter your pill schedule because of bleeding.
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