This discussion is an older one, but I encourage you to start a new post of your own within this community. I am sure that there are many women in the community who would join in the conversation, but sometimes older discussions just don't get as much participation. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
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I found this information on the mini-pill and other forms of progestin-only hormonal methods. It does say that irregular menstrual cycles and bleeding between periods are possible side effects (it says they normally go away within a few months of starting the pill). This could be what is causing your abnormal periods -- but making the appointment with your doctor was a good idea, as only a medical professional can tell you what is definitively going on. Stopping the pill altogether and using alternative forms of birth control while you wait for your appointment could be a good option. You may want to just give your doctor a call and make sure that there won't be any effects of doing so. Please let us know how you are doing!
The best thing that you can do is to see your doctor or gynecologist for an examination. He/She will be able to use your description of symptoms along with an exam to hopefully determine what is causing this movement feeling. Please let us know what you find after your appointment!
Here is some information on nipple discharge. Is the leaking spontaneous, or does it only occur if you press on your nipple? The above link suggests you call your doctor if "you have spontaneous nipple discharge or a discharge from only one nipple (unilateral) or that looks like blood." Please let us know how you are doing.