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Why am I bleeding and spotting after taking yasminelle ?

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 : Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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Hello ,
welcome to healthcare magic forum,
Why were you taking Yasmin , are you having PCOD or you were taking them for contraception ?
You said you left them in between and again took them.This can cause irregular bleeding.Get your haemoglobin and ultrasound done.Ultrasound will show endometrial thickness and whether the ovaries are having any cysts or not.
Take iron supplements.
take care
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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Yes it was for both contraception and bad cramps. The first time I was on it I never had this, so why after 3 months? Do you think cysts are likely? Thanks!
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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