I Skipped The Last 5 Active Pills And Started With The Placebo Pills To Make My Period To Be Early. But Nothing Yet

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evelyn Says:
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I skipped the last 5 active pills and started with placebo ( inactive) pills. I want to see my period earlier because I have very importand event I don't want to miss. But I don't see my period even though I already took 4 placebo pills. Please help



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Carmen Says:
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It doesn't work like that, sweetie. You're probably pregnant.

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