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Continuous bleeding that stops intermittently, recurs after sex, prescribed cerazette. Have fitted the implant. How can I stop bleeding?

So i got the implant fitted in october 2011 and it was great, no periods untill january and ever since january ive mostly had a continuous period. sometimes it stops for a few days. and then immediatly after i have sex, i start bleeding again. -.- I went to the doctors with my mum to get some pills to stop the bleeding, there called cerazette (or however you spell it) its a mini pill. But my mum doesnt know ive had sex, so i couldnt tell the doctor i bleed after sex. How can i stop this bleeding! ive been on this pill for 3 weeks now, and im still bleeding. Its really affecting my sex life because even if im not bleeding, i dont want to have sex incase i bleed afterwords. Which 9/10 times, i do.
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I could say that this could be bleeding because of the intrauterine device and this need to be found out and in my opinion better to get it off, the chances of bleeding stop would be likely here, this does not seems menses bleeding, take care and have a nice day.
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