I think I might be pregnant but its too soon to test. However i have a few questions. I had my last period on June 22nd and then started my bc pak on the following monday, I am a sun started but the pharmacy had already closed. The week before my period I have to take a does of antibiotics due to being sick.
I went on vacation and took my pills late several times. I also had unprotective intercourse with my husband. We were very active during the July 2nd-5th. I came back from my trip on the 3rd and have dropped 4 lbs since then, cannot eat, nothing looks good, have been very constipated, and moody.
So I called the pharmacy ansd asked if i should stop taking the pill since I think I might be pregnant, she said I could if I wanted to be on the safe side. I missed my pill on the 7th and stoped taking them all together on the 9th and started bleeding on the 11th through today.
SO my question is could this bleeding be from stopping my pills and there is still a chance that I am pregnant? Is that possible ? I looked at an ovulation calculator and it seems that I would have been ovulating around the 5th, since I messed up and took my pills late (even missed one) and had unprotective sex during that time is there a chance I am pregnant? Or since I stopped my pill and had bleeding am I out of luck? Sorry for going on and on, I just don't want to get my hopes up and its only been 7 days past ovulation so I know a pregnancy test is too soon but then the bleeding is messing with me as I have read about breakthough, or withdraw bleeding, maybe my body doesn't have enough of something to know I need to not bleed?
Any advice or information would be great, I know I might just have to weight to take a test but I just have this feeling I am pregnant and can't shake it. with the weight lost, cramping on my left side (never cramp with my normal period) and increase sense in smell as well as not wanting to eat.
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