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    Bleeding before period and on pills
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    An_257789 posted:
    I had sex with my boyfriend yesterday (Sunday) and today I have this weird red/brown bleeding when I go to the bathroom and I'm kinda scared and we used condoms, I don't have cramps or anything I'm just bleeding, I'm on birth control and my period is in a week and a half also I had to take penicillin at the same time. Please help !
     
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    atti_editor responded:
    Here is some information on abnormal vaginal bleeding that you may want to look through. It says that medicines, such as birth control pills, can sometimes cause abnormal bleeding -- especially if you just started on them or if you don't take them at a regular time each day. There are also many other possible explanations outlined in the above link. If you don't think that this bleeding is your period, it would be a good idea to make an appointment with your gynecologist to find the cause of your bleeding. Please let us know how you are doing!

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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