I am 21 years old and in good health, I'm on the pill (Marvellon) and never been pregnant. My mestrual cyles have been normal to date, however, this month my period keeps coming back. I finish my pills on a Thursday, get my period on the Tuesday and begin my pills again on the following Friday. I take my pills in the evening, deviating only by, at the most, a half an hour every day. I had restarted my pills everything went as normal, however, I had missed one day at the beginning of the pack and had taken the missed pill the following morning. That day I had gotten my period back. I continued my pills as normal and my period went away again. Yet again, I had missed another pill recently ,which is at the end of the pack, and my period came back for a 3rd time. This time the blood is very dark brown almost black. This is raising a little bit of a concern.I have missed a pill and taken it the following morning but this has never happened before. Should I be worried and speak to my doctor?
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