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Heavy spotting, brown discharge, had light periods, get dizzy spells and hand tremors throughout the day, recently started birth control. Normal?

Hello. So I just started taking birth control this month and I am on the third day of the reminder pills. Over the past week I have had a lot of spotting and brown discharge . And i started my period this mornin but my period is very light. I have felt very dizzy and my hands were shaky all day. is this normal? Me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex a couple of times, could I be pregnant? Or is this just symptoms of being on the pill?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Birth control pill can cause symptoms like spotting, brown discharge etc.
As being on pill you will only get withdrawal bleeding and not the actual period, so the flow will be less.
Sometimes dizziness, shaky hands etc can also be seen being on pill.
So if you took the pill according to guidelines there is very less chance for pregnancy, as the pill is having very low failure rate.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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