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    I have been off of birth control for almost two months now. After I got off, I have been having a period every 2 weeks! I have posted about it before but I dont think it should take this long.

    I would go to the doctor but all they want to do is put me back on birth control. I dont want to be on birthcontrol. I want to have a baby in less then 2 years. I am so scared that I am not going to be able to. On both sides of my family there has been infertility. Is this just the start of a long battle like both of my aunts?

    I really dont know what to do or what to ask the doctors for. Is there any sort of meds. that can make you regulate? I know there are fertility treatments but I am not ready for that yet.

    I dont know what to do. I only have 7 days in between periods. It is sooo stressing not knowing what the future holds. I know it has only been two months and I should give it more time, but my best friend got off birthcontrol and got pregnant within two months. I cant even regulate!

    I dont know what to think.... can anyone help me? Stories, advice and ideas would really really help me!

    Thanks sooo much for listening!
    Everthing Happens For A Reason!
    BusyGirl

  • My friend had your problem right after she started taking birth control, it took her 2 months for the period to be regulated, I remember she had only one week between every 2 periods.
    she lost weight as well.
    now she is fine and her period is regular.

    Be patient and good luck

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    • Thanks so much for replying to me. I guess I should give it more time. But, thanks again, it really helps!!!!
      Everthing Happens For A Reason!
      BusyGirl

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