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so i have been on birth control since august 2010 i didnt take the last couple weeks in aprill 2011 and any of mays pills my boyfriend and i have sex atleast every other day he doesnt ware condoms or pull out. my last period was april 5th i was spose to get my next period on may 3rd i have a 28 day cycle. my period didnt come on may3rd and now its may 11th im bloated and have been hungry alot. more tired then normal. no sickness though but i do feel sick when i see nasty things. even spit. could i be pregnant?
I ALWAYS recommend a pregnancy test. Especially in your case, in which you have been having unprotected intercourse and are at high risk.
If you are uncomfortable doing a home test, call your doctor about a blood test.
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