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Missed 2 days of birth control pills and bled, frequent urine, back pain, sore breast and cramps. Miscarriage ?

I missed 2days of birth control pills and bled on jan 12, I continue to take the pills untill jan 20 and I stopped completely, I started to spot on jan 24, onli 4 days. Me and my bf had unprotected sex and on feb16 I took a pregnancy test because I felt like I m pregnant with frequent urine, back pain , sore breast and cramps , but it came out negative, later that day I had little spotting look like clear liquid with blood, when I wiped. Then cramps... Later that day I had excessive bleeding and with small blood clots. I change my tampon every 2 hrs cuz it was soakin wet. I don t ko if I bled cuz of stopping birth control or miscarriage.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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The mild spotting that you had during the pill free days is likely to be due to mild hormonal disturbance caused by missing the pills prior to the periods. This will normalize on its own once you start taking the pills regularly once again.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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