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Like i posted b4 that i started taking the pill about a week and a half and recently for 2 days i'v had these lower stomach pains that hurt on both sides of my stomach like as if i were top put my hands on my pelvic bone is where the pain is.It kinda feels like my lower stomach is pullin wen i move in my bed.Its not an std cause i went to the docter and i havent had unprotected sex yet.And today i felt a lil bit of nausa.Do u think its the pill or something else.
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It could be a side effect from the pill. If it continues or gets worse, or you experieince similar pain in your next pill pack you may want to call your gynecologist about it and think about stopping these pills and/or trying another prescription.

It could also be a stomach bug or another intestinal related ailment that's causing you these pains.

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