Obstetrician Leonie says: Sometimes it takes three to six months for periods to return to normal after coming off the Pill. However, if they haven't returned after six months, there's likely to be a medical reason, and it usually means ovulation isn
month.This is a longer timeframe than for a regular cycle (where the peak fertile period is day 12-17). An ovulation prediction kit used during this time would allow you to pinpoint the time of ovulation more accurately.The bleeding that you have a week
Obstetrician Leonie says: 'Until your periods start again, it's difficult to know when or if you're ovulating, as the usual tests for ovulation such as prediction kits are recommended for use around the middle of the menstrual cycle.There is a huge
Obstetrician Leonie Penna says: Usually, a woman's periods return within a few months of stopping taking the Pill.The fact you've had two periods indicate the problem is not likely to be related to the Pill, but rather something called
present when a woman is pregnant," Nikki explains. "It's produced when the fertilised egg implants in the womb."Some pregnancy tests are more sensitive than others to this hormone and claim to be 99% accurate on the first day of your missed period
GP Dr Rob Hicks replies: It sounds like ovulation pain, which around one in five women gets. It's usually on the side of the lower abdomen where the egg is being released, around 14 days before a period starts. The pain is caused by the egg breaking
of stress are thought to detrimentally affect sperm production.It's a good idea to keep the scrotum cool by wearing loose-fitting underwear and not sitting for long periods of time.