Lo Loestrin Fe Bleeding On Blue Pills

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Sidney Says:
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Ive been on a low dose version of lo loestrin for a while now. My Gyn prescribed them to me after my laparoscopy back in December of 2012 to prevent endometriosis from coming back. I take it at 6pm every day but sometimes I miss my dose by 2 or 3 hours and like once or twice a month I'll forget to take it until the next day. I always get my period on the second row of blue pills and it'll last a week or sometimes a few days more. I never get my period during the white and brown pills like im suppose to. Infact when I get to the white and brown it usually ends my period. What worries me is this month I got my period twice once at the beginning of the month and now im on it again. Would skipping straight to the brown and white pills end it? Or should I talk to my Gyn about it first? Has anyone else experienced this?



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Verwon Says:

Help, Sidney! How are you?

Yes, after 3 months or so, things should settle down and you shouldn't get unusual bleeding every month, so you should contact your doctor. This just might not be the right one for you to take.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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