... pills in the first week of the pack and 3 pills during the second week and yes I had unprotected sex during those times. During the second week of pills I started to spot lighly and it got slightly heavier. I spot on and off and last night(3-18) I noticed that my breast are very tender and sore. Am I just having bleeding due to lack of hormones from the missed pills or could it possibly be implantation bleeding?(my period is not due untilthe week of 3-24)
Pregnancy - Ive been on birth control for three years and recently Ive been really dumb and missed 4
- 19 Mar 2013 by Anonymous
- 20 March 2013
- birth control, pregnancy, sex, unprotected sex
Added 20 Mar 2013:
For the record I normally take my pills regularly. This pack I messed up because I have been sick with a stomach bug and I also missed placed the pack but found it. Also I AM NOT TRYING to get pregnant!
You are missing as many pills as you are taking and they wont work that way. It is essentially as bad as using nothing when you miss this many pills. If you keep this up, you will get pregnant. The bleeding you have is most likely because of the withdrawal of hormones. Your body is probably very confused by the way you are taking the hormones. If you are this forgetful, you should be using a condom every time until you can make it a habit to take your pill and you can go months without a miss. Try setting an alarm on your phone, put a post it note on your bathroom mirror-whatever you can do to remind yourself! If you still cannot remember, then the Pill is probably NOT the right method for you and perhaps you should talk to your Dr about a method that you dont have to think about every day like Implanon, Depo-Provera or and IUD like Mirena.
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