Could I be pregnant?
Nothing. Sometimes your period may come a bit earlier especially if you are new to taking birth control pills. Early on in the first few months of taking the Pill, your body is still adjusting to hormones. If you have been on them for more than a few months, it happens now and again that you get breakthrough bleeding or early bleeding. It is nothing to worry over unless you missed pills. If you take an antibiotic for infection, antibiotics can reduce the effectiveness of the Pill and some women will breakthrough bleed while on antibiotics. If you use antibiotics while on the Pill, you can become pregnant so you need to use back up condoms the whole time you are on the antibiotic and for seven days after you finish them.
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