Bleeding after a missed period could mean a miscarriage
The color of the breakthrough bleeding has no medical significance. Bleeding while on the birth control pill may be red, brown, or black. These are all normal. Breakthrough bleeding is normal in the first three months of use of the birth control pill. After that, it may be due to missed pills; new medications or herbal preparations; or a pill that doesn't have the right mix of hormones for you. If you haven't missed any pills, there is no special concern about pregnancy risk just because you're bleeding. If it recurs, or if you have other symptoms, see your health care provider.
is it possible to have implantation bleeding on ninth day of your missed period
Yes, some women do bleed some even when they are pregnant. See a doctor and get a reliable pregnancy test because if you are pregnant, continuing to take birth control pills could cause complications.
Could last a day, could last a week. Depends on your body and the type of pills you're taking.
If you haven't missed pills, breakthrough bleeding is not a sign of decreased effectiveness. If it continues, or is troublesome, contact your healthcare provider for advice specific to your situation.
Unlikely - the bleeding probably was your period
Its difficult to say as your period may arrive on the 7 day break or may arrive a few days later.
Hi This sounds like break-through bleeding and should not be happening. If you have missed any pills then this can cause break-through bleeding. If you haven't missed any pills see your Doctor and do not have unprotected sex.
No, Heavy bleeding after a late or missed period could be a sign of a miscarriage. But chances are if you are experiencing Heavy bleeding you are not, or are no longer pregnant.
No. If you are pregnant and having bleeding you should see your doctor. Implantation bleeding only occurs during implantation not a month after.
You indeed can become pregnant if you missed 3 pills and are bleeding. The reason you would be bleeding or maybe spotting is because you're not taking the pills. If you've missed 3 pills in one pack, you should throw that pack away and start a new pack and definitely use backup protection!
There are many possibilitis to your bleeding. Reasons for your bleeding are: * Irregular Period. * Hormonal Imbalance. * Missed birth control pills. * Pregnancy.
For some women, missing one pill can be enough to cause breakthrough bleeding. But too many missed pills does make a baby. Start taking your pill the same time every day and that way you won't forget. Skipping even one mini pill can cause break through bleeding or even ovulation for some women, if you are on a mini pill and having a lot of break though bleeding or a regular monthly period you may be ovulating and should ask your doctor if it is the best pill for you.
Implantation bleeding would typically occur around 8-12 days after ovulation. Most home pregnancy test can be taken the day of your missed period. Some can even be take up to 5 days before a missed period, but they are less effective that early...they only detect the hormone in about 65% of pregnant woman. I would just wait until the day of your missed period and take a test, if that is negative then wait a week and take another one. Implantation bleeding would typically occur around 8-12 days after ovulation. Most home pregnancy test can be taken the day of your missed period. Some can even be take up to 5 days before a missed period, but they are less effective that early...they only detect the hormone in about 65% of pregnant woman. I would just wait until the day of your missed period and take a test, if that is negative then wait a week and take another one.
Implantation bleeding generally occurs 6 - 12 days after ovulation.
In some cases,yes it is.
chances are high
Sometimes when you miss pills or do not take them everyday at the same time, you may experience spotting or breakthrough bleeding. This is a side effect that is normal while on birth control. Spotting or breakthrough bleeding may start right before you start your menstrual cycle. If you haven't been on birth control for at least 2 months, I recommend taking a pregnancy test, especially if you have been missing pills or do not take them everyday at the same time.
No. Using the patch for four weeks in a row may cause a missed period, and you may have breakthrough bleeding during the next cycle. You will not increase your risk of pregnancy, though; in fact, your risk of pregnancy may be lower.
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when you are supposed to have your period. A missed period is not bleeding at the time you are scheduled to have your period.