... would start a couple days before taking the "reminder pills". This month, my period started 8 days before it should. My question is, if my period stops and I'm only taking the reminder pills, what are the chances of me getting pregnant?
15 Sep 2009
Are you making sure you take them at around the same time everyday and didn't miss any? If you have taken them faithfully for 5 months and this is still happening and maybe getting worse, you should see your doctor asap. If it were me, I would use a back up method until the doctor cleared me. I've heard of breakthrough bleeding for a month or 2 but this sounds a little more serious. I am not a doctor or a nurse, but I was on the pill for many years. Call the doc to make sure.
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