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Had unsafe sex. On new birth control. Missed period, heavy bleeding, cramps. What is going on?

yes i have been on a new birth control and i am suppose to get me period in 2 weeks, the kind i am on is that i am suppose to get my period every 3months but now i am bleeding not heavy by wnough where i have to wear a tampoon , it s a bright red and brown, and heavy cramps in the am , i am thinking about stopping it i am not please with the results . I have not missed a pill and i had unprotected sex last week but i wasnt bleeding yet, i just dont know what to do, is it ok to stop it i have been on it for 6 months 2 diffrent times

Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
Please do not stop the birth control straight off.
continue taking the pills as advised.
Irregular spotting and bleeding is common while on birth control, however rarely, it could be a pregnancy related complication.
Please do not miss pills, consult your healthcare provider and then proceed accordingly.
All the best.
Answered: Wed, 22 May 2013
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