Heavy Period Before Brown Pills

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Kim Says:
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Hi I'm a new birthcontrol pill user and I started my pills on a Sunday two days before I was scheduled to get my period . I did not know that you are supposed to start the pills after your period. Anyways I continued to take the pills and my period came at the end of the second week of pills which is a full week before the brown pills. My period has been really heavy and I have had bad cramps for three days. I wanted to know is this normal and also am I going to have another period when I get to the brown pills in a week because I really don't need two periods back to back . Help please

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kim! How are you? I am very sorry about what you've experienced.

Actually, you are supposed to start the pills the day you start your period and yes, irregular breakthrough bleeding can be normal for the first 3 months, while your body is getting used to the pills.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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