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Spotting For Three Weeks
Depo: Need more information but contact your doctor about this. It would be good to be sure everything is ok ...Read more
I been spotting for three weeks straight now. I am 32years old and this is the first time this happen to me.what is wrong with me?
I have been spotting for three weeks straight. I am not on borth control and i think my pwriod never came what can the issue be?
I have Nexplanon; I have been spotting for three weeks now and have not had a regular period since getting it. I took a preg. test that came back neg.
Normal: Nexplanon is a progesterone only contraceptive method. Progesterone only methods do not make you have regular periods. Bleeding can be absent, prolonged or random and sometimes will just be a little spotting or brown discharge. All of these are normal on Nexplanon. They usually become less frequent with time. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm on implanon and the pill, my period came on time but only lasted two days, ever since I've been spotting for three weeks. What could this mean?
Implanon AND pill?: We don't usually prescribe both Implanon (implanted hormonal birth control) and oral birth control pill. Regardless, spotting is common side effect of both. Check out http://www.drugs.com/implanon.html for info on Implanon. Same website, can give you info on your specific pill. Don't forget to make him wear a condom each & every time to minimize sexually transmitted disease/infection risk. ...Read more
Can happen: This can sometimes happen when stareting this pill, especially in the first 3 months. If it is happening later than 3 months after starting the pill, you need to see your doctor ...Read more
Common: Spotting is extremely common with implanon. It can last for several months. It is rarely ever of any significant concern. You may use additional medication such as low-dose estrogen pills to attempt to remove the bleeding. But these are unnecessary. It should go away on its own. ...Read more
Lutera after abortion. I started the following Sunday as directed, and now I’m spotting everyday 3 weeks later. Is this normal? Should I change brands
Breakthrough bleed: Sounds like breakthrough bleeding which occurs when you have bleeding at unscheduled times while on the pill. Often things get back to normal the next cycle. If not then schedule a visit to discuss changing brands or changing birth control methods. This is very common. Other than being annoying it is not dangerous. ...Read more
I've been spotting for 3 weeks. But 4 weeks ago I took a series of test and the first one showed a partial prego line but later 3 showed negative. My ?
Brown spotting started 3 weeks before period was due. Gradually turned bright red and heavier but was still only a small amount. Lasted for 6 days.
Does a hemorrhagic cyst cause spotting? Been spotting for 3 weeks and it changed from light pink to drk red. My Dr., didn't really explain anything
It may: If the hemorrhagic cyst is a luteal cyst you may spot off and on. Often, heavier bleeding is a sign that the cyst has resolved (gone away.) Keep in touch with your gyn doctor during this time. ...Read more
I've been on the Nuvaring for a few years, recently I've been getting a long period of light spotting for 3 weeks or so?
Sure: Breakthrough bleeding is when someone bleeds at the wrong time while on birth control such as Nuvaring. It usually resolves on its own and does not mean something is wrong with the birth control. Sometimes removing the Nuvaring for 5 days and then placing a new one hits the reset button and stops breakthrough bleeding ...Read more
I have been spotting for 3 weeks now, this last week, supposed to be the start of my period, and it hasnt gotten heavy, or even light, just spotting.
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