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On contraceptive pill, regular periods and little discharge, had sex, missed pills, spotting. Pregnant?

Hey. im 19 and have been on the contraceptive pill for a few years now. Ive always had regular periods and little discharge . However, this week ive been experiencing light brown discharge, which after a few days spotted a little of blood and my periods not due for a few more days. Ive had intercorse, when i have missed two pills this month. im really quite scared im pregnant. can anyone help?
Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
the possible causes for your spotting or bleeding are,
-abnormal bleeding like breakthrough bleeding because of pills,
-hypomenorrhea due to pills,
-implantation bleeding because of missing pills,
now you consult local gynecologist,
get blood test for pregnancy and physical examination,
if positive decide what to do next,
if negative rule out above possibilities and take further steps with her advice.
take care.
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