I been on the pill for a little over a year. I have my periods every three months and don't know for sure when I ovulate. The sex was unprotected but he did pull out. I don't want to be pregnant and need help. I did take a pregnancy test mid day yesterday and it did say negative. I just feel very bloated lately
pregnancy can be a potential problem with the lo-dose pills if not taken @ the same time daily. In the future I'd recommend always using a barrier contraceptive as pulling out doesn't prevent sperm from being deposited in the vagina. Also, pregnancy tests might take up to 2 weeks to be positive. Should you feel you are pregnant call your doctor & ask for a blood test which is more accurate. However, I think pregnancy is of a low probability.
Madhup Joshi, MD
If you're taking your pills correctly the chance of pregnancy is about 1 %. You do not ovulate when on the pill, that's the point of it. You are protected from pregnancy with the pill, you do not need anything else. The only reason for condoms is if you are protecting from stds. It was far too early to do a test, you have to do it a week after your period is due. Also it should be the first pee of the morning, and check the date on the test.
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