I am 5'8 and 114 lbs. I think I most I likely have an eating disorder, and at the very least have disordered eating habits. I'm also 19 years old and on birth control. Ever since I started taking birth control my periods have been much shorter, cut from about 7 days to 3 or 4. Recently, my periods have been very light and very short(3 days ish, very light). This time around its EXTREMELY LIGHT and only lasted for about 2 hours of one day. My boyfriend and I have sex and almost always use a condom (and only don't when I always take my bp at the same time everyday for a month). I do not have any other early signs of pregnancy. Am I just too thin, to a point where it is unhealthy? Or is it more probable that I am pregnant? There's nothing worse than not knowing what's going on with your body!
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