Micropil Side Effects

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blah Says:
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I have a friend whose been using micropil for almost 5 years already. They decided (as a couple) to stop taking it (Just this month) and still waiting for her period to come. Is there a possibility that her period will get delay, like for how long?

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dae Says:
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I've been taking micropil for over a year now. The side effects are really visible to me like i am suffering intense headache almost everyday and i am obviously gaining weight. My hubby noticed it so he told me to quit taking the pills so that's what i did. I already took 5 out of 21 tablets i discontinued using the pill. After 3 days without taking the pill i started bleeding for 5 days now... Will this eventually stop?

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Neri Says:
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Your bleeding will stop after few days but since you didnt finish the 21 pills, there's a big posibility that you will becomw pregnant.

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Jinx Says:
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Im taking depo trust and my next shot will b next friday?can i take a micro pill in exchange with my depo?let say ill take micro pill starting today..is it ok?

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Verwon Says:

Yes, suddenly stopping an oral contraceptive, or a contraceptive shot may result in a woman experiencing irregular periods, according to NIH reports, other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and mood changes.

However, with time, things should return to normal, but that may take a few months.

Jinx, that should be okay, as long as your doctor approves.

Are there any other questions?

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Janice Says:
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Nakalimutan ko po uminom ng micropil, 2 nights po, then nagbleed po, mahina lang naman. I continue taking the pill. Bakit po kaya hanggang ngaun may bleeding pa din, 4 days na po? Any reply?

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Pau Says:
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Pong pills yung nakakapayat?

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