Hello everyone! First off I want to say that I.missed 3 bc pill.and I took them as soon as I remembered but had unprotected sex. Idk if it was too early but I took a hpt Thursday n it came back neg since then I.have noticed my breasts have been sore.more laying on my stomach n getting up.n.now seeing more creamy white discharge thas noticeable in.my underwear. Am I ok? Any answer is appreciated. ;)
No one can answer that honestly. Your symptoms tell very little to nothing. Because you missed multiple birth control pills and had unprotected sex you obviously increase the risk of pregnancy. You need to wait till your cycle is due and retest with first morning urine. I would also recommend a birth control you'll remember to take properly, or something long term you don't have to use daily.
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