Ok, I know all about birth control pills and antibiotics. This antibiotic has no warning on the bottle about interfering with BC. I have been on it daily since May (the Macrobid) because of recurring UTI. So i take one daily. I am also very up on taking my birth control pills. I take them religiously. We have one child, and I had to stop taking the pills to get pregnant with her. So here is my predicament. My mother and aunt, who are VERY religious have this big huge strong feelign I am pregnat. My husband is in Iraq and came home for two weeks. Still taking my pills and macrobid we only did something twice. The first time was during the white pills. I started the next day. The last time we did anything was on my second or 3rd dose of blue active pill. I still have another week until I can take a test. But I'm dying to tell my mom and aunt they are crazy. They are really stressing me out. What are the chances of my being pregnant, 3 pills into my active pills with macrobid?
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