I got a question that I hope someone can answer. My period the last two months has been screwed up, two months ago my period started 3 dayís early and lasted about 4 dayís and it was pretty light no cramps. Last month it started two dayís early and it only lasted 2 1/2 dayís and was still light and no cramps. I just started a new pill Necon two months ago so Iím assuming that maybe that screwed up my schedule but Iíve always been on time even when I switched to new pills. But what I am wondering is could I be possibly pregnant? I was on anti-biotics last month and I did miss one pill but my boyfriend and me were careful most of the time, unless he got drunk and forgot to pull out which has only happened twice. The only reason this is coming up is because his friends said I am a lot moodier and asked if I am pregnant, and then yesterday I started feeling sick to my stomach and I still do today. Is it possible I am pregnant or is it just a coincidence that this is all happening? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
If you were in antibiotics and missed a pill last as well, you are at greater risk for being pregnant...that's how my DS was concieved (plus it IS possible to get pg on the pill). Is the bleeding happening before you start the "sugar-pill"? If so, you may have been having implantation bleeding the first time it happened and then SOME women do have periods during pg. If you a re pg, it sounds like you'd be far enough along at this point to buy a test and find out.
It sounds to me like your probably not pregnant. When you are on the pill, your period is "due" any day after the "sugar-pill" is started. Sometimes BC pills can cause moodiness and stomach issues-a few I have been on in the past have done that to me...I had to stop a few different kinds because I was a downright b!t&h. They recommend trying a few cycles on new pills to see if you adjust...if you still have problems, maybe that pill isn't for you.
Hope this helps...BUT if you want ot ease your mind about the pg thing, you could test...I don't think it will be positive, though.