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    BTB for the first time after missing 4 bcp
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    VanessitaMG posted:
    So I've been on Levora bcp for the past four months, I just started my new pack last sunday but I stopped on Wednesday and didn't take a pill until Monday..I know I messed up but Sunday night I noticed i had pinkish blood when I wiped and Monday I started spotting while I was at work then it became brown discharge and Tuesday which was yesterday I started bleeding heavily and passing a few blood clots, I have major cramps and lower back pain that is affecting me at work and home...this is the first time I experience this...I need help I am terrified and also am wondering when will the bleeding stop? I've been taking two pills since monday to make up for the 4 active pills I missed last week. Should I continue taking them or should I completely stop them? Help!
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