I am 12 days late with my period. I have just come off the birth control pill about a month and...
a half ago. Normally i am very regular on a 28 day cycle. Spotted 3 mornings in a row light red. This was only when i wipe and then it goes away. Had back ache last week for 3 days badly. At times have constant mild headache. Breasts are itchy. Please help
u might be have u had sex with someone and was not being safe???
that's a difficult question to answer since you haven't been off the birth control pill for that long. Sometimes it takes your body a while to readjust to a normal cycle.
I would suggest going to a gynecologist just to be on the safe side.
I hope it works out. Good luck,
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