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am I pregnant

By May 23, 2010 - 3:08am
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ok now I'm freaked out after reading all this!!!
Please someone tell me.. I just started taking birth control for the first time in my life. I had about a week before I was to start my period and I was told to wait but my boyfriend was coming to town to see me so I started the pill that day which was monday. Boyfriend showed up that friday and we had sex (unprotected) fri,sat,sun,mon,tues (and a lot of it if that make a difference??)
also during this time there was a lot of drinking and not I was not aware I had to take the pill within two hours of the same time every morning. So sometimes I was either hours late or early taking it.

during his stay I was cramping on and off feeling like my period was coming.
tuesday evening BF went home. wed I took my pill as usual.
but on thurs fri sat I did not take the pill because I wanted to have a period if possible. I did not know I wasn't suppose to do that!! it is not sunday morning 3am and I just hopped out of bed and took two of the birth control pills. I still feel cramps and have not spotted or bled even a tad since my last period now over a month ago.
so after all that info what do you think? Did we make a baby?
I miscarried 2yrs ago and was extremely sick every morning within what felt like days of conception. I feel fine. My breasts feel a little chubby but that may be from all the drinking in vegas thats been happening.
Thank You!!

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I'm confused as to the timing of events. Before you had unprotected sex with your boyfriend, how many pills had you taken? When did you start your first pill pack?

Basically, you need to have taken the pill for at least 7 days in a row before sex to be protected from pregnancy.

Have you read the instructions on your pills, as it does not sound like you understand how to take them correctly, especially how to make up missed pills.

May 23, 2010 - 6:08am
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