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Took migrogynon as contraception. Safe remedy?

i take migrogynon as contraception, this month instead of having my 7 pill free days i started the next pack of pills. i am now 8days in to the pack, had a slight post coital bleed. automatically you panic so have taken the self - swab chlamydia test, just wondering if the bleed could be due to starting a new pack and skipping a period. i havent missed any pills however i did take one late (i would usually take at about 6am however took in the evening)
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Hi dear user, thanks for asking your query.

If your pill is not late by more than 12 hrs then it does not loose its effect.Your history is suggestive of either some breakthrough bleeding( which is commonly seen with lower dose pills containing levonorgesterol) or some local infection. I will advise you to take 2 tablets of microgynon a day for 2 days to stop breakthrough bleeding.If your chlamydia test comes out to be positive, then you should take azithromycin 1g( both partners).

Hope this helps.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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