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my period is light, could i be pregnant or its the pill.

By April 13, 2010 - 1:45am
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i just started the pill while i was on my period, it made me go on longer than i usually do so i stopped using it, my period now stops for a day or two then it starts again, wen i take the pill to stop it, now my period is due and its very light and i have been having unprotected sex with my boyfriend wat are the chances of being pregnant. please help me.

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hey, the thing i want to stop taking the pill but when i dont take it i go on even wen i am not suppose to be on. i want to stop the pill thats why i take it only to stop bleeding. how can i quit the pill and stop the period. i am 20.

April 13, 2010 - 11:16pm
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It may be that after this time period when you have stopped and started and stopped and started the pill, your body's hormones have gotten mixed up and are not sure what to do.

It may be that your doctor would tell you that in order to clear this up, you need to take the pill properly for a couple of months -- go through a couple of cycles perfectly -- and THEN try to quit, at the end of a cycle (rather than in the middle of one).

But this is definitely a question for your doctor. She or he needs to know that your body is having this response. Could you call the doctor's office and talk this over with the nurse or nurse practitioner who is on duty? You may not even have to make an appointment.

But either way, whether they need to see you or not, you need their advice to get the bleeding stopped naturally and to get your cycle to return to normal.

Will you let us know what happens?

April 15, 2010 - 8:33am
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