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If your eleven weeks pregnant when would you have had to stop your birth control pills?


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2010-07-31 00:26:35
2010-07-31 00:26:35

As soon as you know that you are pregnant then you need to stop the pills asap. still taking the pills could cause adverse effects on the fetus.

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