I have been on the pill for almost three years now and three months ago I changed my pill because my current pill at the time which was June's Fe 1/20 was making me skip periods and making me bleed out of schedule. So my obgyn gave me a higher dose which is Junel 1.5. It doesn't have placebo pills so I just go without active pills for 7 days and start a new pack again. So this is my third month on the higher dose and today while I was having sex with my partner, we saw blood and I was bleeding. Sometimes I do bleed when I'm dry down there but it usually hurts. Today it didn't hurt and I felt a little dry but only for a second. I'm on the third week of the pack and I'm not due to bleed yet until after this week. Now I'm really worried because I haven't been as good at taking the pill on the exact time. I found myself sometimes being 3 to 4 hours late rarely and 1 to 2 hours here and there. Because I was taking my pill a little late lately I decided to change my time to 10:00pm instead of 9:00pm and I did that but then daylight saving time came and I just realized I was technically taking my pill an hour late. The point is, I'm really worried that I am pregnant. I know some symptoms are bleeding during intercourse. I just wanted to ask from a person who is reliable: in my situation with taking the pill at times, was it considered a late pill? What is considered a late pill? I have never missed a day in any pack at all. I have always taken it everyday and never missed a day. Could I possibly be pregnant? I just put my finger in my vagina just to see if it was still bleeding I do see some brown color when I wiped my fingers on a tissue which means I'm still bleeding inside. Could this be a sign of pregnancy? Also, me and my boyfriend do use condoms but 2 weeks ago we had sex and for the first 5 min we did not have a condom on and then after that he did put one on. Then this is making me think that he might have had precm and I'm just really worried. Please help me understand what is going on.
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