Can birth control pills cause lower abdominal pain & a pinkish-yellowish-white vaginal discharge
A:Yes, it is very common for a woman to have a pinkish, yellow, white vaginal discharge is normal while on birth control. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-birth-control-pills-cause-lower-abdominal-pain-%26-a-pinkish%26%2345%3Byellowish%26%2345%3Bwhite-vaginal-discharge ]
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- Yes, it is very common for a woman to have a pinkish, yellow, white vaginal discharge is normal while on birth control. ChaCha!
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