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Fri, 12-21-2012 - 11:25pm
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Fri, 12-28-2012 - 12:44pm
Hello! Have you had any signs of ovulation such as an increase in vaginal fluid or an increase in sex drive? It's possible you aren't ovulating, therefore, not having a period. Sometimes when coming off the pill, ovulation doesn't resume normally. Since it's been 2 months, I would definitely go to the doctor. They will prescribe some progesterone which should induce a period and hopefully things will resume normally from there. I agree with Karla. If you don't want to go to your doctor, there should be a local clinic you can go to. This isn't uncommon so any doctor should be able to help you. Best wishes!

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Wed, 12-26-2012 - 11:05am

Hmm, personally if I were you, I'd take another test and schedule an appointment with a doctor. I know you mentioned insurance problems but are there any women's clinics near you? Most offer services at lower or reduced prices.

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