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Answered 2012-08-13 03:34:18

No, continue taking the pill as scheduled.

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You may of started your period early. All you can do is wait and see if this turns into a normal period. Or do a pregnancy test in a few days time.


If you get your period early on the pill, you should continue taking the pill as scheduled, regardless of any bleeding.


Can someone tell me why I have started my period two weeks early. I have put an implant in my arm whilst I was on my 5th day of my period, two weeks later I started my period but it is really light. On the second day of my period it was brown then after that it was light pink...please help me


Continue taking your pills until you reach your non-hormone week. Do not stop taking them if your period started early! Start taking the next month on time. You probably started break through bleeding. If you are new to the pill, this should stop after a few months once your body adjusts.


just curious since my fiance' started her period nearly two weeks early???


no its when your period is late, its nothing to worry about its happened to me before mabye if youve not long started your period then.


I just stopped taking pills on July 1st. If I kept taking them, I would have started a new pack of pills on the 11th. My doctor told me it would take about 5 days to start. I started my period on July 4th so it was even sooner.



Could be implantation bleeding. If it is your actual period then it's unlikely that you are pregnant.


I've noticed since I started taking Hydroxycut, that my period starts anywhere from 4-8 days early.



No, you should continue taking the pill as scheduled regardless of bleeding or not bleeding. Contact your health care provider if the early period happens again.



Well from what i have learnt first hand. Sometimes your period will come early due to stress, a great loss within family or friends


You know, I actually had this happen to me and the answer is yes! The reason why you might have started early could be stress in your life, or a change in hormones. It has happened to me and it was okay. However, if your period continues to be all over the place, then please speak to your gynecologist!


I stopped taking my birth control in December and in January I came on my period but in february I didnt come is this normal


you stopped taking your birth control pills


In 3000 BCE, Egypt started the Early Dynastic Period. The start of this period changed some of the religion.


No. You will be fine. Forgetting several days will result in starting your period early.


If your period was heavy or like usual then its not likely that you are pregnant.


Yes it can be but it can also be a early period.


A heavy period is not a sign of pregnancy;a missed period is.If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.


It could be a sign that you are pregnant.Your "period" might actually be implantation bleeding.You should wait and do a pregnancy test when your normal period is expected




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