I've been experiencing a brownish (old blood like) vaginal discharge (without any abdominal pain or other symptoms) for 3 days. This never happened to me before and I'm terrified. I am 33 years old and have been taking oral contraceptive pills (Mercilon 28) for almost 5 months already. I have never had any side-effects from taking this pill and never missed my period. My cycle is exactly 28 days. I had my last period from February 27
Have you missed any doses of the pill? If not, a quick call to the doctor may not be a bad idea. Unexplained vaginal bleeding can indicate many things. It could also be a sign of a bacterial std. You may want to rule that out just to be safe.
i have been takin my birth control for about 7 months n the last couple months i have been experienceing some brownish bloody stuff like a week after my period and i dont know wat to do? or wat its from? is thier something wrong? should i consult a doctor? oh and iv had a papsmer and it came back normal! wat should i do im very conserned!!!
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