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Under birth control. Taking cephalexin for ear infection. Common causes for pink discharge?

what are common causes for pink discharge?
i'm on birth control. and my doctor put me on the skip period method. i just started my third months pack of pills about 5 days ago. but at the same time i was taking my last pill of cephalexin for an ear infection. but about two hours ago i had weird pink discharge. should i be worried?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hi dear user, thanks for your query.

Pink discharge is actually blood stained discharge. It may occur sometimes in women who are on pills specially for prolonged periods. It may also be due to some infection .Cephalexin don't interfere with oral contraceptives.

In my opinion, if you have some itching, burning or foul smell in disharge you should take antibiotic treatment.

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