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    An_254101 posted:
    I have been on birth control since April of this year and I last had sex on August 17 with a condom. I had a period on August 27-30 as well os September 24-27. I was suppose to have a period on October 22 but I only had very light pink spotting that I only noticed when I wiped after using the bathroom. I took an early detection home pregnancy test last night that was negative. Could I still be pregnant?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You've had two normal periods since you had sex so no, you're not pregnant. It's not uncommon to skip a period here and there while on birth control.
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