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Taking Dianette contraceptive pill. Light periods. Could I be pregnant?

I have just started taking Dianette contraceptive pill on the first day of my period - I ve only taken two pills so far and my period is already a lot lighter than usual. Could the pill work this fast in affecting my period or is it possible that I could be pregnant? I would say that I have been careful taking precautions.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Yes, sometimes the pill can alter the menstrual flow by altering the internal hormonal levels.
So if you sure that you used protected intercourse all the time, no need to worry about the pregnancy.
It will take some time to get adjusted for the pills. Sometimes minor side effects can occur, but they will subside soon without need of medication.
As pill is having high protection rate and compatibility, you can continue using it.
Take care.

Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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