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    KLN777 posted:
    Two weeks before I went off birth control, I missed 2 pills- went away for the weekend and forgot to take it with me. Five days later, DH and I had unprotected sex. We forgot about the missed pills. I stopped the pills to try to get pregnant. I stopped the pills just over a week later. I usually start to bleed one day after I miss pills. I didn't bleed at all after missing the pills and I also didn't bleed when I stopped altogether. It has been 3 weeks since I stopped taking the pills and still no AF. I have done an hpt (or 2 or 3) every week and they have all come out neg. I am tired all the time, had heartburn (which I never have), I get ravenously hungry, and I also get light headed a lot. No sore boobs like when I was pregnant before, though. I'm really confused and I can't get to the doctor for a few weeks. The biggest reason I think I could be pregnant is no AF for so long. Thoughts?


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