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snowboarder148
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ive noticed a little pinkish colored discharge and im supposed to be starting my first birth control pills when i start my period. is this my period, or should i wait and see if it gets heavier to start taking my pills?
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Milke
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Posting similar topics in multiple forums can get your user priveleges revoked. Don't do it again

Please, speak to the doctor or gynecologist who prescribed the pills for you. They'd be the best person to advise you on this.

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