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    Having sex for the third time
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    An_248398 posted:
    Hi, I am 19 years old and I have just started to become sexually active....and when i did have sex for the first time i wasn't on the birth control pill..but as soon as I got back home i took it that night cause i was scared and thought that since i just had sex and i was going to get pregnant. and then i have not missed taking my birth control pills and taken it at the same time every morning. So i have had sex with my boyfiriend three times..the first time i didnt bleed as much but the second time i bled alot more and then the third time i hardly bleed and now after the third time i had my peiord and now i havent stopped bleeding. I dont know what to do.
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    Jess1988 responded:
    I had something similar to this happen to me a few months after I started taking birth control. My period lasted for almost 2 weeks. I ended up going to the ER because of it. They said it was just because of my birth control and my body getting use to it. It is def a good idea for you to talk to your doctor about it though just to be on the safe side. You can never be to sure about things like that.
     
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    Anon_160335 responded:
    You need to see a doctor/GYN if you do not have insurance, is there a free clinic or planned parenthood you can go to?


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