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Can you have a miscarriage if you take 14 birth control pills at one time?

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2015-07-15 21:07:52
2015-07-15 21:07:52

I do not know if one will have a miscarriage after an idiotic dose such as this, but why on God's green earth would you try?

well do not do that start the cycle again.

I have no clue, but I'm pretty sure that's an overdose.. and an overdose of pretty much anything will land you in the ER with a stomach pump.. not such a good idea.

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