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Could being sick with mono make you start your period a week early even though you take your pills exactly as you should?

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2011-09-12 15:17:34
2011-09-12 15:17:34

Its possible MONO could cause this but its also possible you may be pregnant or experiencing break through bleeding or be bleeding because the doseage isn't high enough for you. I would see your doctor to rule out pregnancy then have a hormonal blood test done to check your hormone levels. If this is all negative and normal - increase the doseage of your BCP by clearing this with your doctor first or at your doctors advice, or change to a different BCP. Good luck and please recommend me if I have helped you.

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