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Microgynoni 30 birth control pills - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I took a month off the pill microgynoni 30 started again in january, the 10th i missed 2 pills after i took the first one. and started taking them again 12th. i missed one in the week after and one week after.. i had sex around that time.i was ovalating on 16th i had sex around this time.. on the 27th i started bleeding even though i was still taking the pill a week earlier. it started off as brown spotting, then went to red spotting then i had a normal clumpy period for 2/3 days then it went back to light light spotting. i bleed for 9 days in normal cycle is 30 days so it would be 2 weeks early. i had cramps at the beginning of spotting then they dissappeared for few days then when started spotting again they started again.its now 10th feb still getting these cramps. i stopped taking pill and no withdrawal getting achy pain under my right boob, my nipples are more sensitive. i have taken 2 tests one today and one 3 days ago all negative. its been 3 weeks since the bleeding started slightly confused my cervix is low and hard closed but alot of discharge. i should start ovalating again on sunday so my cervix should be getting higher but hasnt moved in days im 19 and healthy
Doctor :   hello
User :   hi
Doctor :   i am Dr
Doctor :   give me a min please let me go thru your query
User :   ok
Doctor :   well ok now the symptoms you are having are because of hormonal imbalances
User :   should i carry on with the pill or stop it?
Doctor :   are you still bleeding now ?
User :   no i stopped on the 4th, took the pill until friday when would have been 21 days stopped the pill but still not had withdrawal bleed
Doctor :   any abdominal discomfort ?
User :   yeah, had cramps for 3 weeks now
User :   backache there both coming and going random times
Doctor :   when a patient has a hormonal imbalance because of pills we recommend to stop taking the pills
User :   would my cycle go back to normal because i only took it for 3 weeks
Doctor :   yes they will but you need to stop the pill for some time
Doctor :   and then start fresh so that the levels are back to normal
Doctor :   if you are on a pill for a duration of more than 2 months it takes about 3- 4 cycles to get in to your regular rhythm
User :   i started bleeding on the 27th so would it be my natural cycle of 30 days from the day i started bleeding
Doctor :   yes we do consider a variation of upto 5 days as normal
Doctor :   tell me your present symptoms
User :   cramps, backache when i walk for longer than 10 minutes,
User :   when i wake up too been getting hot flushes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   well thats typical of hormonal imbalance
Doctor :   you should stop taking the pills and adapt different method for contraception
Doctor :   till your symptoms subside
Doctor :   they will and your periods will get regular
Doctor :   BUT if you continue to feel like this for another 4 days
Doctor :   then you need to see a gynecologist
User :   i just thought that when i stop the pill i would get a withdrawal bleed, because the 9 days i bleed it wasnt alot of blood. and i havent taken a pill in 6 days. when i stopped it before i bleed within 2 days
Doctor :   its not compulsory to get a withdrawal bleed every time
User :   ok can a hormone imbalance make you feel sick some times too
Doctor :   yes it sure can
Doctor :   feeling of nausea
Doctor :   and vomiting are typical
Doctor :   along with bloating
User :   is there anyway to help sore nipples and my boobs are aching too
Doctor :   discontinuation of pills
Doctor :   and you can take ibupfrofen
Doctor :   that will help
User :   thanks for your help
Doctor :   your most welcome
Doctor :   take care of your self
Doctor :   good bye
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