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gershwingirl
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Hi.
I'm sorry if this is a silly question, but if you get your withdrawal bleed during the pill-free week, does that definitely definitely mean you're not pregnant? I'm asking because my boyfriend and I did not use a condom very early on (say 3 days-ish after first starting the pill) which according to the leaflet with the pill is fine (it was day 1 of my period when i started the pill), but acording to this website, i now know, isn't all that safe.
I've taken my pill fairly religiously, and had withdrawal bleeding as expected during the pill-free week..(it's now 6 weeks since I first started the pill) So... am i worrying unnecessarily?

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dailicious
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It's pretty much safe to say you are not pregnant.
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