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Am I pregnant?

My boyfriend and I have sex regularly. We have never had sex without a protection; we ALWAYS use a condom. I take birth control regularly except up to last month, my pharmacy didn’t get my prescription in on time and I started my pack a week late (yesterday). Last month, I got super sick and was on antibiotics. We still used a condom. I took my birth control very crazy and doubled up way too many times. The point is, we always used a condom despite the circumstances of my second form of contraception. As of recently, I have had cramps in my abdomen, small little vibrations in my abdomen, upset stomach (what could be a nervous stomach), and really sticky, clear discharge. I don’t know if these have to do with starting my new pack late, taking last month’s pack all crazy, or being completely nervous over possibly being pregnant. I know the internet is the worst place to turn for symptoms because whatever I google, it says pregnancy is a possibly which obviously freaks me out. I’m just looking for a little clarity. My body has freaked out in the past about worrying about being pregnant. Thank you for your help.
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Just take a test to be exactly sure becouse when you miss 1 birth control and messes with your hormones and perioud so it can be either symptons for oate period or maybe pregnant ... but if you
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Both took care of yourself and he disnt come in then your not pregnt
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