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i had a two week gap off my pills then started a pack which i still wasnt takin 100% correctly i.e i kept missing some i then had a 2 day period which started on 2/9/10 over the 7 day gap i then started the next months pack which i have been taking for 11 days now for the first 7/8 days i was bleeding while urinating in the morning and then for a couple of days i was gettin a lumps of a brown discharge which then turned liquidy and stopped. i feel like im pregnant.. cramps lower back pain cravings feeling sick etc i done a pregnany test this morning but it said negative. is it just too early to tell? or am i just imaging it

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replied September 20th, 2010
Birth Control Answer A16204
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Due to messing up of the pill taking schedule, there are high chances of pregnancy. When you miss two pills in a row, you are no longer protected in that cycle of pills. When you miss two pills in a row, you should use additional protection (condoms/spermicide) while having intercourse and continue the rest of the pack as usual.
Your current symptoms do suggest pregnancy. Sometimes urine pregnancy tests can keep showing you false negative results due to less concentration of pregnancy hormone (HCG) in urine during early pregnancy.
Visit your gynecologist for an examination and a blood beta HCG level test (it can detect pregnancy accurately than the urine pregnancy tests as early as 11 days post conception). Stop your birth control pill use if found to be pregnant.
Take care.

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