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Jan 12
19:43
This is my first 21 days on the pill and I am now on my first break, I didn’t have regular periods before the pill and my doctor told me it would make me more regular. But I haven’t come on my period during my first break, does that mean I’m pregnant? Also am I still protected when having sex during the 7 day break? ❓💊💊⚠️⚠️💊💊‼️‼️‼️‼️💊❌❌❌❌💤💤💤
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Jan 12
19:46
If you took your pills correctly and on time, accounted for diarrhea/vomiting why would you be pregnant? You’re not guaranteed to bleed during your break week it’s different on birth control, and that does not mean you’re pregnant. PLEASE read your pamphlet you’re protected in your break week if you took your pill correctly and start the active pills in time
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Jan 12
19:46
No, it doesn’t mean you’re pregnant. If you’ve taken hours pills correctly then you’re fine. Your withdrawal bleed can happen at any time during a break week and yes, it’s very common for it to not come at all. You’re protected to have a sex in the 7 day break week providing you start your new pack on time and you’ve taken precious pills correctly
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Jan 12
19:47
*your not hours
 
Jan 12
19:47
No it does not, as long as you’ve taken all of your active pills correctly and account for any diarrhea or vomiting that may affect your protection! You are protected at all times (including your break week) as long as you’ve taken your active pills correctly. Also, birth control is known to lighten and even stop bleeding all together. However, you are still in the 3-6 month adjustment phase, which means you may experience irregular bleeding and more side effects for this time. You should read your pamphlet, as all of this is listed in there!
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Jan 12
20:02
Okay thank you girls x
 

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