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Could I b pregnant

By January 17, 2011 - 7:08am
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Ok I started taking bc(seasonique) on dec 19 2010 n mi husband came home frm jail on dec 21 n has been ejaculating in me since then. I am a first time bc user n also have been missing pills frequently. My perios normally comes around the 15th of the montg. Today is jan 17 n I have like brownish blood dchares ngld that be my period start oh ng r pregnancy signs. I also have been filling nausea n lightly cramping.

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Thanks but I I was only on the bc for 2days and was having unprotected sex and I forgot mi pill and almost everyday that month we had sex. So I. Skipped sat and continued sun cause at the time I didn't know I was suppose to double up just like I didn't know that it takes a whole month to get in your system until I called mi doc. But anyway this is day 3 of light bleeding I barely have to change mi pad throughout the whole day. I've never had a period like that its usally light the first and starts to get heavy. But yesturday I took a preg test and its weird cause at first its jus 1 line then a few mins later I saw a faint line like I did wit mi first. But this is confusing idk wat to think.

January 19, 2011 - 6:58am
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The period you describe is normal for being on birth control. You may want to try to be extra diligent about taking your pill this month, and use a backup method of birth control if you really don't want to get pregnant at this time. If you are really concerned about that test, you can either take another home pregnancy test in a few days, or request a test from your doctor's office to be sure.
Good luck!

January 19, 2011 - 8:16am

Hi jazzyj,
Thanks for you question, and for finding EmpowHER. More than likely it is your period if you have finished all your pills. Try to be more diligent about taking your pills when you're supposed to, and you may want to use a backup form of birth control (condom or withdrawal method for example) until you've taken the pill for seven days without forgetting. Most information that comes with the pill suggests using backup for the first month, but at the very least, the first seven days.
For more information, please review these articles: How to Make Up MIssed Birth Control Pills and Oops! Missed Birth Control Pill Advocacy Sheet.
Good luck and let us know how you're doing.

January 18, 2011 - 7:38am
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