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    I dont know what to think?
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    hfazio posted:
    "im taking errin for birth control now for about 3 months. I've been having alot pregnancy symptoms. I've taken a pregnancy test it was negtive. I just taken help but i think i'm pregnant. Should i take another test?"
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If you've been taking your pills regularly and haven't missed any, chances are good you aren't pregnant. Many things can cause pregnancy-like symptoms.
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    An_242764 responded:
    Since BC pills prevent you from ovulating by mimicing pregnancy it's possible that your symptoms are from the pills. If you are concerned call your doctor.


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