So, I need to know what will happen to me if I happened to get pregnant while taking birth control.
Long story short, I missed a lot of birth control pills (4 before/ 1 after) my week off the pills, meaning I could have gotten pregnant. What I want to know is, if I AM pregnant, and still taking pills, when I stop taking my pills for the "off week" will my body still force me to have a period (since periods on birth control pills aren't 'real' periods)?
Please help the best you can, I really need to know if I am pregnant! Thank you so much.
chances are if you stopped taking your birth control, you could be pregnant. keep in mind any unprotected sex there's a result of pregnancy. so be sure you use protection next time. wait 2 weeks from the action and take an at home pregnancy test.
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