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22f.On 2 bc pills to stop period due to endo. Nothing for 2 years, suddenly I'm bleeding. No intercourse for 3 months, no std, no missed doses. Normal?

Breakthrough bleed. Breakthrough bleeding (bleeding at the wrong time) is very common on birth control. It happens in about 1/3 of users. Its no big deal and usually self corrects over time. If you are not satisfied or it continues to happen then consider using a different birth control method. It is a common side effect and does not mean something is wrong or that the pill is not working. Read more...

I started my period two weeks after the last one ended, I have a 32 day cycle. No std, or sti, or hormonal imbalance, anything. Why am I bleeding?

Other ideas. Other indications for abnormal bleeding in someone your age would be weight (thin/heavy), thyroid, vonWillebrand. Those are some options. The most common, however, is going to be hormonal, and since there's no 'real way' to check hormone levels at 18, I'm wondering how you diagnosed that hormones weren't the cause? What about considering birth control pills if all else checks out normal? Read more...

Y is my bv causing postcoital bleeding from my cervix and abnormal periods (minor)my pelvic exam declared no swellings, I have no std, wat is the cause?

BV. Bacterial vaginosis doesn't often cause bleeding but anything that makes the cervix raw can cause bleeding after sex.That includes infections,abnormal cervical cells,and chemical irritants.Irregular periods can also be due to systemic things like meds including contraceptives,stress,exercise,diet,changes in schedule,thyroid disease,diabetes/insulin resistance, and pituitary or adrenal problems. Read more...

Y is my bv causing me the have postcoital bleeding and bleed in tween periods....I have no std?

Bleeding After Sex. Hello Victor638. BV (Bacterial vaginosis) may not be the reason for your bleeding after sex or between periods. Infections can cause inflammation in the vagina & cervix which can lead to abnormal bleeding but BV is not an infection that commonly does this but other infections including STDs can. I recommend seeing a doctor for exam & tests to check for STDs & vaginal/cervical abnormality. . Read more...