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Early, long lasting period during birth control.
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LilSpurrell posted:
I've been taking tricyclen for over a year and I am sexually active. People say my period will regulate eventually but after a year, I still can't pin point when I'll start. Directly after my last period, I started to spot. My fiends told me it was just my body flushing itself. At about the beginning of the third week of active pills following that spotting, I started my period and I've been on it for 11 days non stop. It's dark and thin compared to my usual periods and smells a lot worse. I'm getting nervous. Why's wrong with me?
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
No one can tell you what is wrong. It's possible the birth control you're on isn't the right formulation for you. You need to see your doctor.


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