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Birth control placebo pill 2nd day, no period

By Anonymous January 9, 2017 - 8:02pm
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Hello, I'm on birth control I just started taking a generic brand from taking a brand name type of pill at the beginning of the month, I've been on it for three months now. Also I missed the first day so the next day prior I had to take two (on a Monday I took Monday and Sunday's dose). At that time I also was taking antibiotics. I have sex which was protected, he had a condom on the whole time I didn't let him even touch me without one on. It was a little tighter on him but he didn't ejaculate at all and the sex only lasted for 5 minutes max. A couple days go by and we tried to have sex again but once again we weren't feeling it. He had a condom on the second time also and again didn't ejaculate. The last time was a week from the second time which was a Thursday, so the following Thursday we had protected sex and yet again no ejaculation and I had to finish him off orally. I'm now on day 2 of my placebo pill, I have sore boobs and a white/ sticky discharge coming out of my vagina and the occasional feeling of me starting my period but it's just clear liquid. I'm absolutely paranoid that some how I could be pregnant. Please give me some advice, I need it. I know that in order for you to even be pregnant he would most likely have to finish inside of you. Is there a way my period is just late? Am I being paranoid? I can't be pregnant, it has never bothered me but I usually start my period on the 1-2 day of placebo pills and I am worried. Thanks

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