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    An_224691 posted:
    In August I went off the pill, after over 10 years of being on it. I was on a set schedule of only 4 periods a year. Since then I had regular periods roughly every 45 days until the end of Jan. I haven't had a period since the 31st. I have taken 8 pregnancy tests since then and all have been negative. I called my Dr but she didn't seem concerned. I don't know what going on and I'm stressing out about it. About a week ago my breasts became tender and I thought this meant I was going to start soon but still haven't. I feel like something must be wrong with me, please help.
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