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Help! Good chance of being pregnant!?

By February 27, 2011 - 8:31pm
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I am currently on birth control combination pills. I have been since July. On Feb 3rd, I had my period. Then on Feb 10th, I started my new pills. I took my pill on the 10th but on the 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21ist I missed my birth control. I missed 11days. I had unprotected sex and got ejaculated in around 12 times on those days. I also missed todays pill and had sex twice and got ejaculated in 2 times I was also taking UTI med that decreased birth control. On Wednesday Feb 16 I bled a very very small amount and only for that day. Now, I am having sticky slimy white discharge when I go to the restroom. I am also having some preg symptoms but it could be the mossed birth control maybe? I am suppost to start my period on this Thursday (March3rd). I took a pregnancy test Saturday but I think it was to early.

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I am assuming you are trying to conceive?

If you stopped taking your birth control pills just a few weeks ago, and have had frequent unprotected sex, you do have a chance of pregnancy.

Please know that for healthy women, you have "only" a 20% chance of conception with each cycle. The only "early pregnancy" symptom you can depend on is a missed period, as it takes 10-14 days for a woman to become pregnant (from time of ovulation to implantation). Additionally, pregnancy symptoms mimic so many other conditions (upcoming period, flu/cold, etc) that you would need to wait until your expected period to either begin, or take a home pregnancy test.

Good luck!

February 27, 2011 - 10:59pm
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