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Bleeding in the day and nothing at night. Taking pills. Suggest

Hi I came on my period 1 week before I was due to finish my pack of pills,, I carried on taking them at same time every day like normal n after a week I was still bleading, on Monday I thought I had stopped when I went to bed and in the morning I realised I hadn't and it's been like that since Monday nothing at night and opposite in the day, what's going on?
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Welcome to Healthcare Magic.
Irregular bleeding may occur during the first few months of pill intake. This is very common if you are not taking pills regularly & punctually.
Other possible causes could be an undiagnosed pregnancy or a genital tract pathology.
You must report this issue to your gynecologist. Your doctor will examine you & may suggest you some tests to confirm or exclude other possibilities.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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