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    BlueBerry987321 posted:
    My boyfriend and I have had un protected sex. I had missed a few of my birth control the same month but I took one of my birth control pills the following night, (at scheduled time). the following week I had my period for 2 days (I usually have my period for 4 to 5 days). ever since I've been taking my pill on scheduled time, but my breasts feel sore and the nipples, but other than that I have not had much change. Im just scared I could be pregnant. I feel different but I don't know if that's just me scaring myself. please comment your opinions .
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I think your hormones may be a bit out of whack because you skipped some pills.
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