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Forum Name: Fertility

Question: I got my period 2 weeks before I should have on the pill....


 Holly_b - Thu Sep 15, 2005 2:01 am

I got my period 2 weeks before my sheduled time on my pill. Can this iregularty be caused by pergnacy? I didn't skip or miss any pills. I have, however, not been eating alot for the past two weeks. Only dinner really... could this food restriction have caused the irgularity. Also I am just woundering, when is a female most fertile, before or after their periods. Please, if you have any advice or information it would be much appreciated. Thanks!!!
 DeLWolcott - Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:03 am

In general a female is more fertile the week before her scheduled period, BUT pregnancy is possible at any time - especially when your periods are sporadic.

Medications, healthy habits (including eating), and/or stress that is keeping you from eating could be the cause for the irregularity. Continue on your scheduled medication as directed by your physician. You would be wise to contact your physician who prescribed the medication for evaluation of needed continuation on the same pills, or possible change to another.

Best wishes!

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