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    Could I be pregnant? Please help
    Lala10315 posted:
    I haven't had a period since Nov.29. On that day it was very light flow and dark in color. It was 3 days before I was to start my placebo birth control pills. I took my next birth control packet for the month of December. I took my placbo pills last week, Dec 30, 31, Jan 1 & 2 with no period. I started my new packet yesterday and had a bright red discharge and that's it. I took a pregnancy test this morning and it was negative. I also took one a few weeks ago that was negative. I am starting to get freaked out. My breasts have had pain to them, not soreness but pain. I have also had severe back pain, I went to the doctor about and he said that it was from stress. So I could either be pregnant or stressed. I have been on the same pill, Gianvi for 4.5 years and have been very compliant. Is there a chance I could be pregnant or could it be stressed or something wrong with my body?

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