Blood secret during oral contraceptives
I’m taking oral contraceptives. I took it from the start of my period for about 15 days, but it’s been bleeding for two days. It’s my first month of medication, and the time was a bit irregular. I wonder if I can take the medicine as it is or not.Oral contraceptives are effective if taken every day at a fixed time. Side effects of oral contraceptives can include abdominal pain, negative bleeding, nausea, and headaches. This is a personal difference, so it’s best to visit obstetrics and gynecology to get a prescription for your own contracept. In your case, there is a high possibility of negative bleeding. If irregular bleeding lasts for more than a week and you are uncomfortable due to side effects, visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic for consultation and diagnosis.