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The Pill

Today is Day 1 on the pill. I'm still not 100% convinced that this pill is the right option. Ok, it's the only pill option while I'm BFing, thats covered. But I have another problem.  I'm  bleeding. I started the weekend before my consultation bout having the implant out and haven't stopped yet. I know some ladies have issues with bleeding on the implant and I'm putting this down to that (and it only starting now that I'm BFing less). The pill is the same thing. I didn't have trouble last time I was on it, but I wasn't very good at taking it and I was BFing Tom at the time. I stopped BFing and the pill at the same time, and got pregnant, so obviously no bleeding!

I'm going to give it a try for a month and see what's what. Hoping that my body settles down. I can do without stressing about it for the next 3-5 months.


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