Our expert says:
It is difficult to give a full reply to your question as you do not mention which kind of contraceptive your wife is on. The contraceptive pill usually has 21 days of hormonal pill and 7 'non-hormonal' pills. When taking the non-hormonal pills, a woman will see a 'period' which is caused by the slight decrease in her hormonal levels. Women on the contraceptive injections usually have irregular bleeding, and in some cases the periods disappear altogether. As long as she is taking the contraceptive correctly you do not need to be concerned. Visit the SA Sexual Health Association website for more information www.sexualhealth.co.za
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