Even if your period begins with light spotting, it is still your period.
This isn't uncommon and it can happen at the beginning of a woman's periods or at the end. The brown is dead blood, the pink or red is fresh blood. Every 7 years our bodies change. As long as you are going for your yearly physicals and everything is OK then you are. If you continue to bleed extremely heavy for longer than you usually bleed during your period please see your doctor.
It depends on you. I was on the shot for 2 years and never had a period. My sister was on it for almost a year and had hers almost all the time. If she wasn't heavy, she was spotting. If she wasn't at all and had sex, she would bleed during sex. Oh deffinately watch what you eat. They aren't kidding when they say you can gain as much as 10 pounds a YEAR!!!!!!!!!
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