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Was on yasmine, continuous spotting, light bleeding. Should i be worried?

Hi, I m 19, 5 7 and 10st. My question is I was on yasminelle for a few months and came off it for 3 months , and I ve just finished my first pack after going back on it, I began it on the first day of my period and that period never quite went away, I have been lightly bleeding and having brown discharge for 4 weeks now, I never missed a pill and I take it religiously, I m really worried, please help!
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Hello.Bleeding between menstrual periods in young people is very
related with to take birth control pill.The bleeding is usually less than menstruation and sometimes continuously.You must go to your gynecologist.He must rule out other pathologies and surely change you to another birth control pill
I wish you good health.
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