Ok well I did a bad thing before.....It was only my first pack I got and I was on my period about 3 days into it, and I wanted to have sex that weekend so....I started the pink pills to stop my period. For the past month ive had on and off really light spotting and now that im done the pink ones im supposed to be on my period b.U.T no period.....And I have been having unprotected sex...
Any ideas?
Love
tanya
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replied May 5th, 2004
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You probably messed ur whole cycle up by takin the pink pills too early, just take them normally until u run out and use backup contraception (sp) just in case! Then next month just go back to normal. Hope that helps~!
~christina
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replied May 5th, 2004
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Uh oh tanya tanya, I think either messing up with your pills is messing up your cycle or you just got pregnant. Since you havent been on them long, it might not have covered you. Wait until your period is due and let it be late and take a test, thats all you can do. Take your bc until you find out though
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replied May 5th, 2004
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replied May 5th, 2004
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No, you shouldn't keep taking the pills if you think you are pregnant. Stay off the pills till you get your period, then go back on them when you are sapose to. If you miss your period though, take a test.

Stacey
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replied May 5th, 2004
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Hey
Tanya,
everyone is right. Testing is all you can do..... Wait it out btu for furthur "activity" use pretection! You know better girl! Wink
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replied May 6th, 2004
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Well actually I heard one time that a girl said her doc said to keep taking the pills until you are for sure pregnant then if you are, get off the pills. Tanya let us know
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