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    started spotting thenperiod before white pills,
    An_250155 posted:
    took yaz with my first child and had no problems what so ever. i hhad my sec child 2 mths ago today. i want back on yaz but they give me gianvi( i know another form of yaz) well since i started my first pack a week into i started spotting then the week before i was suppose to start my white pills i started my period it started out light with clots now its heavy and clots here and there. I have had this for a week now with period and before i was any birth controle the post i had my period was 4-5 days. it doesnt seem to be slowing down and stoping. I start my second pack on friday. is this normal? and should i wait to start my 2nd pack till im done bleeding or should i just start taking them friday?

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