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On birth control, got off it. Why did I spot after sex?

Hi, I just got off my period on Sunday was my first day of my normal birth control pills. I have been on the same birth control for years and just had my annual pap smear 2 weeks ago and it was normal. However for the past 2 days when I wipe there is a light pink blood on the toliet paper, I have back pain and feel a pulling on my uterus . I normally never spot. I have a boyfriend of 2 years and we did recently have unprotected sex but like I said my period just ended 2 days ago. Any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
The spotting could be because of:
Post coital tear.
Side effect of pill: though you didn't have any side effects previously, it can occur at any period of time depending the hormonal levels.
Pills can cause inter menstrual spotting as side effect.
Some amount of spotting can be seen in continuation of active flow of periods for one to two days after completion of periods.

Take care
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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