I completely stopped taking the pill in the beginnging of the 2nd week (march 6th) and had sex 2 days later. The next day I started withdrawal bleeding and this was around the time Im supposed to ovulate. I bleed for a week. Now its Friday march 23rd and I was supposed to get my period Monday but it hasn't came yet. I've been really tired sleeping a lot, I have had a lot of headaches, my back hurts and I have had cramping. Even my husband has been feeling a lot of fatigue. I took a test this morning tho and it came up negative. Im wondering if I could have ovulated and can end up pregnant even tho I had withdrawal bleeding?? Could it have been too early to test?? This would be my second pregnancy and I am a Sunday starter if that changes anything
I dont know. It was 42 days after the withdrawl bleed before my fisrt proper period after stopping the pill. During that time I had all sorts of symptoms and my friend got pregnant really quickly after stopping the pill that I hoped I would too.. Doctor did say to me to give my body 3 months to return to normal cycles.
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