Hello everyone! I'm new to this so bare with me please. I need some advice. I'm 21. I had a period Jan. 24-27. I started taking birth control pills on the 27. The side effects were horrible so I stopped taking them a week later which was the 3rd of Feb. the 6th-10th I had another period. My husband and I had unprotected sex on the 12,14,15 (each time he finished inside me) now my regular period is due on the 18th. Should i expect that period? & What are the chances that I conceived?
Okay thanks y'all I wasn't sure if I ovulated on the last period I had. I figured I was just bleeding from stopping the pills. Angee87 I didn't trick him he knew I stopped taking the pills haha. I kinda want a baby, but I'm scared to get pregnant because I miscarried a year ago and that's the worst feeling ever.
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