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Restarted nuvaring, periods stopped, light spotting. Anything to worry ?

I restarted my nuvaring on Jan 19th the first day of my period and it stopped my period... I was supposed to take out the ring on Feb 5 and got my week mixed up and didn t take it out until the 12th.. noticed a little spotting today so I put n a tampon about a hour later I took it out feeling it needed to be changed. When I did there was very little blood and this very large white clot that smelled a little. And I still am only spotting. I did have unprotected sex the 2nd and 3rd day after starting the nuva ring. I have never had this before and I am worried.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
As you were in menstrual period, when you started the nuva ring the possibility of pregnancy is very less.
Because ovum won't release during the menstrual period generally.
While using hormonal contraceptives some amount of irregularity in menstrual cycles is common.
The spotting you are having could be due to the hormonal fluctuation after removal of the ring.
The ring can alter the vaginal discharge and also vaginal discharge can increase during periods.
So because of these you might have had white clot and spotting.
Possibly the spotting will soon turn into menstrual flow.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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