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The pill: bleeding

Sometimes with some pills, the rules are less important, sometimes absent (even if you have stopped taking the pill for seven days). You must then resume your tablets normally seven days later. It is recommended to contact your doctor.

It also happens with some pills that small bleeding occur during wafer. You should not change anything when you take the pill. If this phenomenon is repeated, it is advisable to consult your doctor.


To see our video: Is it possibile or advisable to take the pill continuously?

Chaining pill wafers without a break, can this have negative consequences for the woman's body? Here is the response of the gynecologist video.

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Read also :

> Contraception: all about the IUD.
> The first gynecological consultation.
> Contraception: what pill for me?

Source: The Big Book of Gynecology, French National College of Gynecologists Obstetricians, Eyrolles, 2013.

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