Can Oralcon Work If You Haven't Seen Your Period In 4 Years

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Thully Says:
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hi I'm new on oralcon and m on the third raw of my white pill but im experiencing period pains and painful breast,kind of worried because i don't know what can be the problem.and i know that it can't be pregnancy because i haven't see my period in 3 years now so my ganycologist prescribe oralcon for me should i be worried or the pill is working on my hormones will get my period as soon as i get to the red pill




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Verwon Says:

Hello, Thully! How are you?

Those can be normal side effects of this medication, according to the U.S. FDA, you may also experience nausea, headache, and spotting.

It is hard to say whether or not you will get your period, it can sometimes take a few months for things to regulate and balance out.

How old are you?

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