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Period for 3 weeks due to Pill


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#1 MrsK79

Posted 18 May 2018 - 08:29 AM

Hi all,

I was hoping someone could help me and shed some light. I went onto the pill Microgynon about 3 weeks ago  due my endometriosis . My Gyno instructed me to miss the sugar pills from now on - e.g. to never have a period to avoid heavy painful period.

I started taking the active pill the first day of my period and 3 weeks later, my period has not stopped. It is light and i'm not in pain.


I googled it ( as you do!) and read that this is normal as your body is adjusting to hormones however this never happened to me when I did take Levlen many years ago.

Should I be worried?  I'm getting sick of it and sick of wearing a pad!

Any advice is much appreciated.


#2 IamOzgirl

Posted 18 May 2018 - 10:26 AM

Interesting!

I was having spotting on my period on Levien and was swapped to Microgynon to see if it helped.

It didn't (but i think there were other issues at play - that would be unrelated to your issues)

I would wait at least one cycle (i remember my Dr telling me to wait at least 3 cycles to decide if it worked or not).

When your sugar pills come around take them. See if that resets everything. fingers crossed its almost over! It is frustrating.

#3 caitiri

Posted 21 May 2018 - 10:34 PM

I’ve been on microgynon but couldn’t skip a period on it when I tried I’d bleed on and off for the month.  My periods are awful though, nothing works.




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