Oral contraceptives, recesses, brown blood, menstrual brown residue?
Q: After 15 days of oral contraceptives, I had a vaginal examination without wearing condoms. It’s been two days since the break, so I’m getting a little brown blood. Brown blood was observed while taking oral contraceptives, is it an illegal bleeding? Or is it an implant blood?
A: A small amount of brown blood during oral contraceptives’ recesses may be ovarian blood or menstrual waste, unless it is bleeding from uterine disease.
If there is no possibility of pregnancy, it is recommended that you take a test to determine the cause of irregular menstrual cycles and bleeding. If there is a large amount of bleeding that is thought to be menstrual, we recommend you visit the gynecologist for medical treatment as soon as possible.