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Taking mini pills cerazette. Heavy bleeding with lumps after taking for 15 days. Why periods so early?

i had a really weird period and im a bit worried about it. :s im on the mini pill - cerazette and im 2 and a half weeks through one sleeve and my period started except it wasnt like usual.... it was fast and a lot of blood came through in a period of an hour and also two huge lumps of bloody goo that looked like liver (thats the closest thing i can think it looked like). Im worred cause now on day 2 its finished and ive never had anything like that and i thought you didnt have a period till after 28days of taking the pill when you stop to allow the period to happen. any ideas what it is??
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
though period should occur after completion of the pack,
sometimes break through bleeding occur with the use of contraceptive pills.
that may be the cause for your bleeding,
other causes could be local trauma or bleeding in the process of miscarriage.
you check urine pregnancy test once, if that is negative continue the tablets, you will get your periods possibly after completing the pack.
if this repeats consult your doctor once.
take care
Answered: Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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