I know when you're on birth control, and you take your placebo pills you get withdrawal bleeding, not a true period. If you were pregnant would you still get the withdrawal bleediing at the same exact time each month? I have been on the pill for 2 years. I got my withdrawal bleeding right on schedule. I have taken 3 home pregnany tests, two on the day I started my withdrawal bleeding, and then another one 8 days later, both were negative. could i still be pregnant?
i'm on yasmin birth control, i take hormone pills for 3 weeks then sugar pills for a week, thats when i get my withdrawal bleeding every month. so my question is if you get your withdrawal bleeding every month at the exact same time, is there anyway you could still be pregnant?
Hi, I have been on the pill for 6 years, about 10 days ago i experienced some spotting then about 2 days later i went onto my sugar pill but did not get withdrawal bleed. I am back on the active pills now- i have taken a few tests but all have been negative. Is there a chance that i could be pregnant but may be too soon to tell?
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