Okay so I decided to stop my birth control for April. My boyfriend has had a vasectomy so I figured I don't need to take the pill anymore. My period should have come on April 29th. After 3 days of it not coming I started spotting very lightly. After a couple days it was gone. I decided maybe I should go back on the pill. So I started it the following Sunday. I have been spotting off and on for about 8 days. This is very annoying. Does anyone know if I should continue my pill? Or should I stop taking them? I would love to stop the spotting as my boyfriend will be home from a buisness trip on Tuesday. Help?
I would talk to your doctor, but I doubt the pill's going to stop the spotting. Be sure your boyfriend has had his two post-surgery tests to be sure the vasectomy stuck before doing anything unprotected.
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