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On birthcontrol. Red pink discharge, Left leg numb. Pills reaction?

I'm on birthcontrol . I've been on it for an entire packet & already on my 2 week on the 2nd packet I had sex on Saturday and this morning I used the bathroom red pink was on the toilet paper . I'm wondering if its still regulating my cycle or something is wrong also my left leg has been numb for a couple days do you think the pills have something to do with that ?
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Hi and thank you so much for this query.
Congrats for adopting and using a birth control method. Nothing puts you more in control of your reproductive life than this.

The above symptoms are very non specific and cannot be attributed to birth control pills. They are often transient and never really represent any real underlying disease. My advice will be that you continue the pills and monitor whether the numbness and red pink discharge is continuing. If it should continue for more than a week or becoming even more worsening, then you will need to seek expertise advice. For now, stay calm and monitor.

Hope you find this helpful and provides guidance on how to approach this worry. If you should have more questions, please return to us and we shall provide answers. I wish you well and hope this gets sorted out soon.
Dr. Ditah, MD.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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