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Had unprotected sex, took I- pill bleeding regularly since then. Had PCOD and taken treatment. Suggestion?

hello, i got married in january 2013. Had sex for first time and took i pill . Now blood from period wont stop.I took i pill on 14th feb , around my 4th ipill. My period in Feb was less and got over on 13th feb. Then after i pill, i am still bleeding regularly, though less and even feel cramps . I had PCOD which was cured in my last ultrasound . Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Taking i-pill regularly in place of a regular contraceptive is not recommended as it can cause hormonal disturbances and irregular cycles like in your case. Do take a regular contraceptive now to stop the bleeding and to regulate the cycles.
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Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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