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    Unexpected pregnancy and birth control
    Socalsinger posted:
    I just found out I'm 14 weeks pregnant, and was on birth control for the first two months. Pregnancy tests were negative. The birth control was ortho micronor. Around 12 weeks I also took plan b. looking back, wish I would have known sooner, and I feel really bad about it. Does anyone know how this could impact the baby?

    I've found studies that say impact has been shown to be minimal. But I am still very concerned.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You should be fine. There are many women who continued to take birth control before they knew they were pregnant and their babies came out fine.

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