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Okay so I havent had sex with anyone since two periods and my last period came early...but i'm on the pill. Is this normal? And i didnt start the pill recently its been over a year and this has never happened...please help me. Should I see a doctor?

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Even when you are on the pill, and usually have regular withdrawal bleeds, it's not uncommon to have a late or early bleed every once in a while. Nothing to worry about.

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