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Possibly pregnant but use the pill?
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An_257788 posted:
I use the birth control pill Lutera. So my boyfriend and I don't use condoms or use the "pull out" method. I've been on birth control for awhile. But in the last row of my birth control, it shows when I'm supposed to start my period and I always start the day it says or a day after. I always have light cramps and tender sore breasts the week before I start, which I did this month. Yesterday I started on the day I'm suppose to. But it was different. I had extremely painful cramps, which is unusual, and I am way too light. I'll leave a tampon in for 8 hours, and there will be a very small amount of brown discharge and a tad bit of blood with it. The reason it's so strange is because today is my second day, and my second and third day are ALWAYS my heavy days. And it's still that barely there brown discharge and blood. And painful cramps. My boyfriend and I had sex last night and earlier today and there was no blood as if I wasn't on my period. Help!
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georgiagail responded:
If you've been taking your birth control accurately, then you are not pregnant. Sounds like you're already starting your menstrual period; just a bit later than usual. No big deal.

Gail
 
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Also, it's also common to skip a period here and there while on birth control.


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