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    had possible conception when not on birth control, then started a new pill off schedule and missed my period?
    An_248321 posted:
    My period should have come at the end of November, but it still hasn't come. I took a month off of the pill between switching brands and in that time my boyfriend and I had unprotected sex. He pulled out but when we continued I felt the burning sensation I usually felt when he comes inside me. After that I started my new pill and didn't get my period at the end of November like I should have. Now it's December sixth and I still haven't got my period. I took a home pregnancy test last Friday and it was negative, but I'm still really concerned that I haven;t had my period yet. Should I be?
    georgiagail responded:


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