Hello, I am 27 years old, married, and on the pill. I am on my last week of pills before the placebo ones and after going to the bathroom I noticed there was blood on the tissue. Later when I went to the bathroom it was the same thing. I shouldn't be starting my period until next week so I am a little freaked out. This is the first time it has happened to me. Any idea what it could be? Or what I should do?View Thread
I've always thought my periods were normally bleeding but I watched a tv program the other night on discovery health and now I am thinking otherwise.
Basically, I use the super long with wings pad for the 5 days a month for my period. I am on the pill and it's still like this. Is this considered heavy? I also have bad cramps to the point where I have to lay down awhile. But my niece also has this so I never thought anything of it. We both started our periods rather young. She was 10 and i was 11.View Thread
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