Random Bleeding On Lo Loestrin Fe

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Laceyyx Says:


Hi Ive been taking this pill for about 1 month and 2 weeks and I randomly started spotting or my period. I don't know what I should do. Should I keep taking the pill or try a new birth control?



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Laceyyx!

When you first start taking hormonal contraceptives, this can happen for the first 3 months or so, as your body is adjusting to the hormones being added. It is completely normal and many women respond that way to the fluctuating hormone levels.

If you're very concerned, by all means contact your doctor, but normally you should just continue taking them and give your body some time to get used to them. You aren't going to find any hormonal contraceptives that don't have this possible side effect.


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Laceyyx Says:

Yes, can it become heavier? Also is it common even though I haven't skipped a pill?

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CAO Says:
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I have been on Lolo for ten months now. I had one breakout that happened in the second month (lasted only a few days) but since then have not had any bleeding whatsoever. Yeah! Except for now, during the middle of the 10th pack, I started to get a pinkish tinge for about a week. This week it is a bit more, but nothing more than what a panty liner can help with. I am pretty good about taking the pill at the same time. I have dropped 15lbs in the last month, so do not know if this is contributing to it. I probably will give it to the end of this week before checking in with my doctor. Just would like to know why would this be happening.

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