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10/11/10 10:02 A

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I'm on Birth control pills, taken religiously, and I've never had a confirmed ovulation in my life, not even under doctors care. I don't think that could be it.

The spotting has turned into a light period two weeks into the pack of pills, so I have no clue what to think now. If it is related to life style changes or if its just a very weird case of breakthrough bleeding.

It will be alright in the end. If its not alright, then its not the end.


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10/11/10 2:22 A

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If you're half way through your cycle it could be related to ovulation - some women bleed a little bit around the time they ovulate, especially if they have cysts.

Another thought - are you 100% positive you aren't pregnant?

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10/10/10 5:23 P

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I'm on the generic for Yaz, and I think I'm experiencing the same thing. Please let me know if you find anything else out about it. I'm just going to see how it turns out and keep up my new routine.

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10/7/10 7:42 P

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I used to be on Loestrin. I had some bleeding as I lost some weight, but not much. If it doesn't stop or gets heavier, make sure to get it checked. Better to be safe than sorry.

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10/7/10 3:35 P

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If you are worred a call to the doc wont hurt, but other wise wait it out

I've never dun BCPs so I have no idea to what you speak but from what I've read break though at any state of being on it isn't uncommon, but I could be wrong since as I said I never had anything to do with BCPs

But I do know that working out can change things within the body so it would stand to reason that working out with your hubby might bring on a bleed, only thing working out ever did for me was help with the weight loss in general which I know my hubby is pleased about since it means I wont to get out and do more walking (maybe to much since he likes it once a day I like to walk several times a day).

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MONATAMI's Photo MONATAMI Posts: 49
10/7/10 2:03 P

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I'm hoping someone can help me out with this. I'm on BCP (Loestrin 24 FE) and I haven't had any issues with breakthrough bleeding. But this past week I've been spotting, even though I'm only on week two of the pack. The only things I've done differently is my diet and daily walks with HubbyMike.

I'm thinking it has to do with the exercise. My eating habits haven't changed that much. Has anyone had this issue while on BCP? Think its something I need to worry about, or should I just sit on my hands and see if it changes?

It will be alright in the end. If its not alright, then its not the end.


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