Re: Quit taking ortho-tri-cyclen - no period for a year
I would see a Doctor ASAP. If you don't have insurnance try planned parenthood. In most cities there are usualy options for women who have no insurance. Don't let this keep you from seeing one. In the mean time, I would keep having protected sex if you do not wish to become pregnant. You never know when ovulation could occur and you wouldn't find out until you are already pregnant or having your period a couple of weeks later. Good luck. Were your periods regular before you began the BCP. Are you underweight or a avid athlete? Those are some things that can cause someone not to have a period.