I'm on birth control and have been for 5-6 months at least. I've never really taken birth control properly up until I became sexually active. My last pack, I was very inconsistent and had a lot of painful break through and decided to skip my placebo and start a new pack. I have taken this pack correctly and only missed one day and the next day I took two at the proper time. The day before I was to start my placebo I had sex. We did not use a condom, but used the pull out method. I havent been bleeding much, but I've had regular period cramping, only light brown and a little blood.
Every once in a while I just want to scream this, bleeding and/or cramps are NOT signs of pregnancy. If you're finally taking them correctly there is a very slim chance of pregnancy. Don't bother with the pull out method, it doesn't prove a thing, its not a method of birth control. If you take the pills correctly you don't need any other method of birth control. When you're on the pill it can decrease the amount of "bleeding" you do. You'll probably have more of a period soon, you're getting ready for it.
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