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    implatation bleeding or birth control?
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    An_248410 posted:
    I stopped taking birth control 4 months ago. My periods were normal except for one month where I experienced bleeding twice in one month.That was my second month after stopping it. Other than that things seemed normal. Two days ago I noticed a very light brown discharge on the toilet paper and very little in my underwear. It began in the morning and stopped that night. It wasnt enough to even wear a pad. It happened again the next day and then just stopped. Would it be because my cycle is irregular from the pills still or could it be implantation bleeding. My period is due in 11 days from today. I took a test in case and it came back negative. I did read that it would be too soon to come back positive though. Any opinions?
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