okay i will try to make this short. i miss taking my birth control pill for 3 days fri, sat and sunday. i had sex that friday sat and sunday, could there be a chance of me becoming pregnant. He never came in me, but i've heard of people getting pregnant from just pre cum sooo imm just woundering
okay well after i missed those three days that monday i started bleeding and im still am and its wednesday sooo is that my cycle starting but i usualy start like the begin around the first of the month
Because you missed 3 pills, you're experiencing the same thing you do when you take the placebo pills, withdrawal bleeding. When on the pill, your period is triggered by the drop in hormones that happens when you take the placebo pills.
Yes, there is still a possibility of pregnancy if you happened to ovulate during those 3 days you missed pills. It takes 6-10 days for a fertilized egg to implant and until then, your body doesn't know you're pregnant and would still have the withdrawal bleeding.
Hey you seem to know alot... listen I have a quick qeustion for you, I'm five days late on my period, it was due the first. my brest are tender and sore in some spots. the past two weeks I have been discharging white slimy mucus, and today when i wiped it had a pinkish tint to it. but none ever got on my underwear. Me and my husband have been trying to conceive, and I've had sex on my ovulation days. But I took 2 hpt on the second and they were both negitive... could I be pregnant??? plz help thnx
when did you take the tests in the morning or evening? u have to use first morning urine cause its the most concentrated, if u take it in the afternoon or evening the urine would be to dilouted, also some women take longer than others to show on a test and lastly the period could just be late my periods have been late before without being preggo. hope this helps good luck
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