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    When am I supposed to start my period on L'oestra BCP?
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    An_222287 posted:
    I need some advice. I am on the last week of my second month using these BCP. When do you get your period on these pills, the first week or the last week? When I took my first pack of pills, last month, my period came in the middle of the pack.

    I'm worried because a couple days I took the pill later in the afternoon because I forgot. I really hope I'm not pregnant, because we are not trying, plus, I've been drinking lots of wine lately at parties, etc. My breasts do feel a little sore, which I know is the first sign of pregnancy. Does anyone know if sore breasts are a side effect of these pills? I'm really worried.
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