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Luvly8806
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do birth control pills caused an increased amount of vaginal discharge?

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DarkChild717
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A woman has discharge every day. But with any hormonal contraception, reactions can be different. I"m noticing more discharge now that I'm off of birth control, but some women may notice more.
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Luvly8806
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I am used to discharge everyday but recently it has been an increased amount. I havee been on and off bc

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