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    An_247342 posted:
    I started a new pack of birth control pills a week late. However, during the week i was not on the pill, my boyfriend and i had sex and he pulled out. I began the pill like normal because we started having sex regularly again... I was getting a massage and the massage therapist said i was burning up and that i was probably high fertility... my boyfriend and i had sex all that weekend that i was considered high fertility and ovulating... my period was supposed to start yesterday, but i figured i messed up my cycle and that it will come next week... i missed one of my pills during the weekend, but made sure to take 2 the next day... i took a pregnancy test on Tuesday and it came back negative... however, i'm wondering if i should be worried and take one again in a week or so... what would be the chances i got pregnant this weekend? any advice helps!

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