I am in my third week of my pill pack(active pills)..and i have been having a really light period i think..i am not even sure if it is a period because it is brown discharge and then about once a day a slight bleed. i have been taking yasmin for 2 years and have never had this experience before..i am due for my period to start in one week..has anyone else experienced this and if so did you still get your period on its regular date as well? i am probably going to call my doctor but wanted to see if it is just somethin silly first!
Hi -- I'm having a similar problem - have been on Seasonale for two years, and for the first time this month I had some very light breakthrough bleeding... Then I got my period on schedule.
I think this is pretty common - I live with two friends who get a slight bit of breakthrough once in a while, I wouldn't worry too much - but if it will make you feel better, just put a call into your Gyno.
hi , last month i have had my period twice , and i go on and off the pill, but after my period this month like 1 day after i have had a sexual intercourse and a week later i started my period again, is it possible that i could be pregnant?
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