Yes...not so much concerned unless you're worried you're pregnant. You may just need a higher dose of horomones, especially if you've been on birth control continuously. You should call your gynecologist and make an appointment when you can...until then, be sure to use a condom or something else as birth control.
If you're on Birth control, then no, you shouldn't be too concerned. If on birth control, there's something called "break through bleeding".But if you're not on Birth control and are still very concerned, then ask your doctor if you are continuing to bleed a week later.It's happened to me before, but I don't worry about it.But it's better to be more safe than sorry.
No. If taken correctly and following directions birth control is 99% effective as a means of protection. In this sense a condom will protect you from a STD rather than pregnancy since the birth control pill prevents pregnancy. ADD: you also have to wait about a month when starting birth control or changing birth control. In the first month, it is not yet effective.
If you start the birth control pill on schedule, no later than the day on which you would have started the next cycle of the birth control patch, you are protected during the switch. If you were late in starting the pill, you may not have protection until you've taken the pill correctly for seven days.
It sounds like normal birth control. Technically it could take up to a month for your birth control to be in full effect. But this could be different based on they types of birth control you take, This information should be located within the packaging of your birth control. It is a hormone therapy. If you are concerned about becoming pregnant while starting your birth control you should use another form of contraception (condoms). Or just not have sex in that time. (You should probably use condoms anyway just as a safety measure as birth control does not protect against std's.) If you are concerned that you are pregnant you should consult a doctor and stop taking your birth control. Birth control is not an abortion pill (that is something totally different) but it could potentially harm the fetus. A good way to know if you are pregnant is missing periods (if you have been taking your birth control regularly it should be easy to calculate).
If you took your birth control correctly and didn't have withdrawal bleeding during the pill-free week, there is probably no need for concern. Hormonal birth control can lighten the amount of flow to the point that there is no bleeding. If you did not take your birth control correctly, or are experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, take a test to make sure.
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