I have been on the Loestrin 23 Fe for about 4 years now. I have never had any trouble with my periods. About 3 months ago my periods became lighter lasting 2-3 days so i panicked and took a pregnancy coming out negative. This time i got my period on the regular day i was supposed to get it and it has been a whole week and i still have some bleeding. it varies from being dark in color to kind of redish no enough to stain a pad it is only present when i wipe. I was just wondering if this was normal while taking birth control. i have never had any problems like this since i started taking the pill so i started worrying it was something dangerous. i am really nervous in taking a pregnancy test because i really dont want to be pregnant that is why i am taking the birth control pill.. So should i worry about this or is it something normal to experience while on the pill?View Thread
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