Results 1 to 3 of 3

Thread: Is it Possible?

  1. #1

    Question Is it Possible?

    First of all, I'm on birth control. The generic of Seasonique, so at the end of my three months I take the yellow pills that would bring about my period. The yellow pills started on a Sunday (January 20th), but my "period" didn't come until afternoon Wednesday (Jan 23) (later than it usually does). I had sex Sunday (20th), Monday (21st), and Tuesday (22nd) of that week without protection. My period was lighter on the first day and got heavier, darker on the second day with horrible cramps (I haven't gotten cramps that bad since high school) and then it basically stopped around the 4th day. My period usually lasts the whole 6/7 days of the yellow pills. I usually have to take my blue active pills to get it to stop. I'm experiencing bouts of lower back pain, my nipples are sore and tingling from time to time (sometimes hurting worse than others, sometimes feel itchy but hurts to scratch), also my nipples randomly get hard and ache, it feels like I have to pee every 30 mins, and in the morning I sometimes feel like someone punched me or I did a 1000 crunches in my lower stomach (I don't work out often), felt very nauseous after eating dinner last night, and my boyfriend has been commenting on how I always want to sleep or take a nap. Plus one minute I'm ready to fight someone and then the next, I'm calm. Little things have been setting me off lately. I can eat anything without getting full and I've been craving chicken nuggets and BBQ sauce lately. I have since started back up on my blue active pills (Jan 27th).

    Is it possible to be pregnant? Or is it just my birth control messing with me?
    Last edited by Kait; 02-05-2013 at 02:14 PM.

  2. #2

    Default

    If you have taken them as you should than it is unlikely you are pregnant. But of course the only 100% effective method of BC is abstinence. You could always do a pregnancy test to put your mind at ease.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    10,011
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by runningmomofmany View Post
    If you have taken them as you should than it is unlikely you are pregnant. But of course the only 100% effective method of BC is abstinence. You could always do a pregnancy test to put your mind at ease.
    Agreed.
    Jessica (33) and Ryan (33). Madelyn born August 5, 2009; Malachi born December 23, 2010 and Nathaniel born July 19, 2013. Lost a loved baby 02/29/12, 05/14/12 and 07/05/12 all due a serious allergic reaction to fabric softener.
    My Ovulation Chart , My blog about MCAD

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •