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Yes, although it could indicate pregnancy or a problem. Here is some advice from others:
Yes!! but that's bc my reason is a little different i wasnt using it 4 reasons ppl think i might b using it 4, it was a much more painful and weird one
Yes you can have spotting when you are on birth control. that's tottally normal well i am only 15 and i don't know much but that is wat my doctor told me.
Some women will have spotting after missing birth control pills, and others will not.
Yes, taking multiple birth control pills can cause spotting.
Yes, stopping the birth control patch can cause spotting. Your period should return to its previous pattern within one or two cycles. If you have not been using effective birth control and are experiencing spotting, take a pregnancy test.
i cant make sence out of that?!?!?!
You can't get chlamydia from birth control. Chlamydia is transmitted by oral, anal or vaginal sex; by genital-genital contact; or from an infected woman to her child during vaginal birth.
The birth control implant can cause irregular bleeding or spotting. The color may be red, brown, or black.
Hello. In the case of a severe yeast infection, where you are always scratching, yes this can cause spotting. But most vaginal spotting is due to pregnancy or a UTI.
Some women complain of an increase in vaginal discharge on hormonal birth control. This discharge has no odor or itch. If it's troublesome, contact your health care provider for advice.
Paragard will not reduce vaginal secretions, but Mirena may have a slight effect.
Yes, antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of the birth control causing breakthrough bleeding
Irregular spotting or unscheduled bleeding are common side effects in the first three months of the birth control pill. This bleeding or spotting couldgo on for days or weeks, but not every woman will have this side effect. If episodes of breakthrough bleeding continue into the fourth cycle of pills, or if they are troublesome, contact your health care provider to discuss a possible change in pill.
Pregnancy is always a possibility but other causes can be ovulation, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (hormone imbalance), certain medications such as birth control, and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. An intrauterine device can also cause some spotting or occasional bleeding.