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Unprotected sex. Had new brand pills, bleeding started. Feeling bloated and sick. What is it?

My husband and I had unprotected sex about a 11 days ago. The next day my period started so I started taking the pill. Today I have noticed I am bleeding again. What could this be? The pill I started is new brand cause this cause the bleeding. I take it the same time every day. I am also feeling bloated and sick and have a mild head ache all day pretty much
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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If you had unprotected sex and started taking a different brand of pills which led to midcycle bleeding, there is nothing to worry.
The bleeding you had today could be due to mid cycle hormonal imbalances. If you started on a new pill (details not known) there is a possibility of such a thing happening in some women. It is known as Breakthrough bleeding and will get normalised soon.
Hope this helps
Dr Anjana Rao

Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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