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Can I be pregnant or did my birth control mess up my period?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 31, 2011
  • 04:16 AM

Ok, my story/question is a little complicated... So bear with me.
-Dec: 5th
I had sex and I didn't use a condom (i know stupid me) and I went for a check up a week later and everything came out negative! Even the blood work for the pregnancy test, but I read that it might have been to early to let me know if I was pregnant or not.
-Dec 21st:
I started my period and also started taking birth control on the exact same day I started my period.
-Jan 14th:
I STOP taking my birth control because my boyfriend and I broke up... and I had 3 pills left over (the brown pills left over) and I didn't take them at all.
-Jan 17:
I was supposed to start my period and... didn't get it! I still have Not started my period...

Im a week and 6 days late so basically 2 weeks late and haven't had any cramps or any signs letting me know I am gonna start my period! =S
And every other day i have clear mucus coming out but it is a whole lot... what could this mean? Can I be pregnant? or is this just happening because my body wasn't use to the birth contol?
Im sorry if Im being complicated! Im just frustrated with myself. Also Im 20 yrs old so please I don't want lectures on how I shouldn't be having sex... I just want answers, Please! :)

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  • If you are sure that your periods had started then its highly impossible for u to be pregnant. The birth control pills actually are messing with periods in a way.. u cud try this link for more info http://www.buzzle.com/articles/birth-control-pills/hope it helps
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    • February 25, 2011
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