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Hey all, I have another question concerning pregnancy. I posted awhile ago about having a pregnancy risk and taking EC. Well, I got my period the day after I took the HPT. It was normal as always and lasted the usual 4 days. Is there any chance or any known cases where a woman has gotten her period and even still turned out to be pregnant?
I ask because I never really know when my period is going to come. It used to be on a perfect 28-day schedule. Ever since I came off the patch back in January, my period is out of wack. Sometimes it comes every 26, 27 or even 31 days! I know your not doctors or anything but could it be from coming off BC even though that was several months ago? Thanks in advance!!

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Hi there!

Yes, coming off hormonal birth control can mess with your cycle. You can read more here:

You'll see that other factors can, as well, so I really worry about it if your HPT was negative.

Hope this helps,

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