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Is it possible to get pregnant several days after finishing sugar pills and on new pack of birth control pills but yet no period while on the sugar pills?

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2004-05-08 09:42:37
2004-05-08 09:42:37

If you didn't get your period, you should take a home test or go see a doctor. You may be pregnant. If this is your first month or two on this kind of pill, you may need to go to the doctor and get a new kind. It may not be the correct dose for you.

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