First Time Using Birth Control

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Nicole Says:
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This my first time taking any type of birth control pill my period was soppose to come on yesterday It came on for a little but not for long & the next i wasnt on at all I'm worried that I might be pregnant should I take a test to be sure ?



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Nicole!

Only a consultation with your doctor and a test will put your mind at east.

Did you start the pills the first day of your last period?

If so, then it isn't very likely that you're pregnant, as long as you didn't miss any pills.

Hormonal contraceptives can cause your period to be much lighter than normal and the differences are especially noticeable during the first 3 months of use.

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Nicole Says:
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This make me feel alot better . I started the pills as I was told on the Sunday I haven't taken them on the same time everyday because i missed the time but I did take them everyday . So I'm hoping that I'm not pregnant.

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