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scaredgirl101
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hey ya
im scareing my self so much
i had unprotected sex last week in may im on the contraceptive pill microgynon 30 but the day i had unprotected sex i took my pill 9 hours late but i did take it
do i have a pregnancy risk ?
i took a test 2 weeks after that was negative
i took another 1 week after that also negative and i took one in july also negative
and one yesterday also negative
but i have really tender breats
and my belly is getting bigger and sore ... and also when i put my hands on my tummy just above my belly button i can feel a heart beat/pulse
im so so so scared could these all be false negatives ?? what should i do , and should i worry
also with my pill it says take it the same time every day
i take it at 8am normally but somedays i would take it at 9 am or 10 am ?? would that affect its affectiveness please respond quickly i am so so so worried

[ 08-04-2007, 12:50 PM: Message edited by: scaredgirl101 ]

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You have a three hour window for taking the pill. So if your pill time is 8am, taking it at 9 or 10 is still perfectly fine. Even if you take later than that, it's not considered a late pill until you're 12 hours late (though you should stick to your time as much as you can to avoid confusing your body too much).

So, that pill you took 9 hours late back in May? As long as you took all the other pills in that pack on time, it was not enough to compromise your protection.

Also, pregnancy tests are very reliable. And there is no way that three of them in a row can give you a false result. So, it's safe to say you're not pregnant.

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Johanna
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scaredgirl101
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so your absolutly positve that i have nothing to worry about ?
even the heartbeat/pulse in my tummy and my fattening tummy ? should i still go doctors just to check or am i okay

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Your protection wasn't compromised in a way that would constitute a risk, and you've had three negative pregnancy tests since. There is no way you are pregnant.

The pulse you are feeling is your own. You probably only noticed this now because you're on the look-out for possible 'signs'.

And gaining weight can be the result of a change in lifestyle or diet. Or, again, maybe you're just noticing a small change to a much greater extent because you're on the look-out.

By all means, if you're concerned that something's going on, you can always talk to a doctor. But there's no pregnancy here. Promise.

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Johanna
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