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24 Nov 2005
I've started using traphisil pill from 20Oct 2005 till today but i've not recieved my periods back.i was using Nuristerate from 1Oct 2001 till 1sep2005.before using Nuristerate my periods would last 6-8days but the year i only recieved spots only i ask my doctor he said it was fine.i want to know how long does it takes to get back my normaly period(6-8 days). because next year late i'm planning to have a baby. how long does it take after u stop the triphasil pill to get pregnant?????
This is probably still the effect of the injection. It could take up to a year for your periods to come back. Most women do not fall pregnant in the first three months after stopping the Pill.
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