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Am I pregnant

By March 11, 2011 - 4:33am
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On Sunday my Dr. called and told me to go off my birth controll pill because some of the side effects really got to me. It was in the middle of the pack, but I did what she told me. I expected to get my period by Tuesday because my body adjusts to he hormone changes brought by not taking the pill, but it's Thursday and it stil hasn't come. I'm very worried I could be pregnant. Once about 2 weeks ago I had sex without a condom but he pulled out, and I was on the pill so I wasn't really worried. I haven't missed a pill, and the only symptoms I have are bloating and possibly being late. What is wrong? I take a low estrogen pill if that makes a difference.
also , I took a pregnancy test and got negative. Help!

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Hi lolxjackieee,
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March 11, 2011 - 8:00am

Your chances of being pregnant are very low and highly unlikely, but there still is the chance you could be any unprotected intercoure can lead to pregnancy. Not all contraceptions are 100 % accurate. Your more likely going through hormonal changes from coming off the pill, it might take a while for your body to adjust and return to your normal state. Everyones normal is different. An average time frame would be anywhere between 3 - 6 months thats based on one script of the pill. But as i said everyone is different. Just keep a record of your next period and how long it goes for and also try keep track of your ovulation do this for the next few months and see your body change it is an amazing experience once you know what is happening. Hope ive helped :)

March 11, 2011 - 5:31am
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