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If you take your birth control pills perfectly every time but still get your period on the hormone pills only and never on the sugar pills could something be wrong?


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2011-09-12 22:20:15
2011-09-12 22:20:15

You probably need a different kind of pill. The one you are taking isn't the correct hormone dosage for you. Talk to your doctor and they will help you get the right one for your body. I'd say to use a back up method of birth control in the meantime, just to be safe.

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