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ggsmama1017 posted:
Hi everybody. I need some advice/opinions. My LMP was 12/16/2013. I was supposed to start taking my next pack of BC pills on 12/20/2013, however for whatever reason, I forgot. I did not start my pill pack until 12/27/2013. My husband and I had unprotected sex on 12/25, 12/28, 12/30 and a couple times this month. If I had started my pill pack on 12/20 like I should have my period would be due Monday (1/13/14). For the past 5 or so days, my breasts have been really sore and I had some abdominal cramping and heartburn last week. Do you think this is because my period should technically be starting in 2 days? Or do you think it's possible that I could be pregnant? When I was pregnant with my daughter I had NO symptoms except heartburn and a missed period. Should I take a test, or wait?

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