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On birth control pills. Bleeding post sex. Is this a side effect?

since i've had a regular sex partner i decided to go on birth control pills. i started taking the pills i was prescribed last time (about a year ago), there was still one pack left. & now i have some bleeding (not really bleeding, just spotting which increases especially after sex) what is the side effect of the pills as far as i know. are there any ways to stop it or do i just have to wait when the body gets adjusted to it? because it's really embarrassing when having sex. are there pills that don't cause side effects like bleeding? and if i take the pills, a partner can come inside, right? or is there still a risk to get pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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I have gone through your available history. You should not use birth control pills without consulting your gynecologist.
Bleeding or spotting particularly after sex may be because of some local injury of vagina or cervix.
If you missed 1-2 dose of pills, then you may be at risk of pregnancy.
so consult your gynecologist. meanwhile your partner can use condom while having sex.
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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