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    Hi,
    I was wondering if anyone could help me. I have been on the combined pill now for almost two months without a break (as advised by my doctor) however I have been experiencing basically a period for the past two weeks non stop whilst taking the pill as well as quite bad period pains ever since I started taking them.
    I have taken my pill late a fair amount by about an hour or two but apparently this shouldn't affect me, and took it once 12h late but continued normally with the advice on the pack however the 12h late thing i did last week, so a week after I first started bleeding.
    This surely cannot be good? I'm supposed to be taking 3 months worth of pills continuously and I swear to God ill be really pissed of if I have another month of bleeding before I can give my body the 'week off'. Should I be getting myself checked out then? Or has someone else experienced this/ know of anyone experiencing something similar?
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    I had this, it went away after a while. If you're worried though, speak to your doctor.
 
 
 
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