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while on birth control for a month and im on my second month will i get my period or miss it?

By Anonymous January 9, 2011 - 12:28pm
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i started taking loestrin 24 around the 5th or 6th od december i think i know it was after the 1st and i take my pill on time everyday at 1:00pm and i never missed a pill.
I had my normal period for december and on the 28th of december me and my boyfriend had sex 3-4hrs after i took my pill for the day which was at 1:00pm and he cummed inside me am i pregnant but a day or two i had very tiny blood i saw and its 2 or 3 days now after when i had my period last month am i pregnant or is it ok to miss a period when you first start taking birth control? i read my instructions but its not clear to me if its ok or not.

i was also wondering if while im on birth control will i miss my period ok cuz a day or two after it happened i had tiny spot on the toliet paper but it didnt last the whole day and i had my period on the 5th of december and i didnt get it at the same time will i get it at the same time or does the birth control throw it out of wack?

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Your "period" while on birth control pills should begin during the week of "inactive pills" with every pack.

The pill is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy when taken consistently and correctly (sounds like you are...congrats!), and is effective after 7 consecutive days of taking your first-ever pack.

January 9, 2011 - 8:34pm
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