i started taking the pill on the October 16 2011 and i started october 20 and i been on it for 10 days straight and its october 29... is it normal or do i need to call my doctor
Trinessa - I been bleeding for 10 days straight now, do I need to see a doctor?
Added 29 Oct 2011:
and im still taking the pill im on the light blue pill getting to the other shade of blue and still bleeding on the pill
Britnee94, your body is just trying to get used to the hormones. You have both the hormones from the Pill and your own hormones circulating around right now. It usually takes about 3 packs before your cycle regulates out and the Pills hormones suppress your own. It is not unusual to have breakthrough bleeding while adjusting. You may stop once you start the next phase of your Pills. Also if you have had a lot of breakthrough bleeding during a month, you may not bleed on your "off" or inert Pills so dont be alarmed if this happens. Keep taking your Pills every day as you should, try to take them at roughly the same time every day and use a back up method until you are finished with one whole pack. By the third pack, you should be straightened out. If not , then call your Dr. You can call him/her if it makes you feel better but I think it is just your body trying to adjust and that is fairly normal, everyone is a bit different. Hang in there! Dzoo.
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