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using trust pills, experiencing scanty periods

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Hi, ive been using trust pills, and i finished 1 pack already, aftr i finished i had my menstruation.. but the problem is i am experiencing scanty periods, is this normal? Should i stop drinking pills? Pls help me...

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replied September 22nd, 2012
Birth Control Answer A38898
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Women tend to have lighter periods while taking hormonal contraceptive pills which is considered to be normal. If chances of pregnancy are ruled out, you can consider it to be normal and start with your next pill pack at scheduled time. Look out for development of any other new symptoms. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further clarification and assistance.
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