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    Default Bleeding after alergic reaction to brenda contraceptive pill

    So after not having my period for 3 years, and recently being diagnosed with PCOS and hormone issues, my doctor prescribed me with the pill 2 weeks ago, I took it for 3 days, and was having bad pains in my stomach, so I stopped it for 2 days, then went back on it for one but ended up in hospital with severe stomach pains and extreme neausea.
    I have since not taken the pill and 3 days ago I started bleeding.
    And the bleeding has been quite heavy.
    Im not sure if after this bleeding stops if I will be able to try to for a baby, or if it is just a on-off thing because of the pill.
    I havent been back to my doctor yet, because im bleeding soo much I dont want to leave the house.
    I'm not sure what to do, were wanting a baby soo bad, we were at the point that I would go through anything to one.
    I am soo confused right now its driving me crazy

    Please help, if you have any advice, I would love some about now haha

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    Default Bleeding after alergic reaction to brenda contraceptive pill

    How much bleeding are we talking? Maybe you need to be checked out??

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    its that much blood i have to change my pad every 1-2 hours and my down there is really sore from wiping the blood away soo much. and i have to change or go for a shower 3 times a day because i smell like blood.

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    Default Bleeding after alergic reaction to brenda contraceptive pill

    Hmm, that sounds like a pretty heavy period to me. Maybe it's worth getting a gp visit if it doesn't start to slow down in the next couple of days.

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    Default Bleeding after alergic reaction to brenda contraceptive pill

    If you're still bleeding that heavily I would absolutely go to the dr, and I would be pushy and say you think it's a fairly urgent matter. In fact I would just go, and not bother calling. That's pretty excessive... I can only remember the advice from after labour, but it was to go to hospital if you filled a pad in an hour...

    I hope you get your answers soon


 

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