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Continuous bleeding since intake of Cyclafem, heavy at times. How can I resoulve this?

Hi, I am taking a generic birth control pill of Necon and it is called Cyclafem and it is 1-35-28. I was prescribed this on the 12th of July and I have been bleeding every day since then. It is sometimes a light bleeding such as spotting, but in some cases it gets a little heavier. I had switched my last birth control before this and have also upgraded this medication because of the same issue. At times it is a brown discharge but than at times it is red. I am getting irritated having to wear something everyday.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Welcome to HCM.
You have taking CYCLAFEM 1-35-28 birth control pill from 12th July. Now suffering from continuous spotting or heavy bleeding. It is due to side effect of the pill or other uterine pathology.
So I advise you to do a USG Pelvis to rule out underlying uterine pathology. If no abnormality is detected,then change your OCP to NOVELON or FEMILON or anything suited for you.
If pathology is there,consult your doctor for further treatment.
All the best.
Answered: Tue, 11 Mar 2014
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