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2009-09-18 23:07:07
2009-09-18 23:07:07

It's possible to experience spotting while on the pill. This usually occurs for the following reasons:

  • Pill is not suitable for you
  • Missed pills
  • Break through bleeding
  • Pregnancy
  • urinary tract infection
  • Took too many pills
  • Skipping pills
  • Taking antibiotics
  • Taking Birth Control with morning after pill.

If you suspect pregnancy I recommend you perform a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after intercourse.

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