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    2 months in a row with 2 day periods
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    Sammy1104 posted:
    Hi I'm Sam and I'm 23 with a daughter. I have taken numerous hpt and all of them are negative. I have been throwing up for a week and a half and have gone to the doc. She did a pregnancy test and it was negative as well. I got my period yesterday and now it's almost stopped. It's just spotting. Last month my period was only two days too. I have been on BC for almost two years. I was taking antibiotics in nov and dec, but my period were normal until last month. I don't understand anything that's going on and it scares my a little. I do understand that BC can fail but can't use condoms. I'm allergic to latex and the lubricant on the non-latex ones. I don't know what to do. Please help!!
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