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    I’m on the pill, a while ago I missed one pill on the 10th of January and then I had sex on the 18th January although the 18th of January was the first day where I was protected again. I’ve had 2 withdrawal bleeds at the right time on my break week since then and both were relatively heavy like normal, I had the same cramps as before and bled on the right days. I am a very anxious person, and although none of this points to pregnancy when I breath out my stomach isn’t flat and there’s a small bump in my lower stomach area, so I’m panicking, does anyone know if I could actually be pregnant?
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    you’re a doctor so what are the chances that I could actually be pregnant?
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    So you’re still having bleeds and your stomach is sticking out a bit? You wouldn’t be showing pregnancy this early, could be anything like bloating, IBS or just a bit of weight gain. To be pregnant you would need to implant but bleeding would mean that’s not happened. If you’re really worried go to gp or sexual health clinic, but if I had those symptoms I wouldn’t even consider pregnancy tbh.
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    So you’re still having bleeds and your stomach is sticking out a bit? You wouldn’t be showing pregnancy this early, could be anything like bloating, IBS or just a bit of weight gain. To be pregnant you would need to implant but bleeding would mean that’s not happened. If you’re really worried go to gp or sexual health clinic, but if I had those symptoms I wouldn’t even consider pregnancy tbh.
    Thank you, I’m just a very anxious person and I have read things where people say that they have bled on the pill and found out that they were pregnant 5 months later, this is what worries me so I need some reassurance that it’s not possible.
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    when I breath out my stomach isn’t flat
    Wow, me too.

    Also when I breathe in.

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    Thank you, I’m just a very anxious person and I have read things where people say that they have bled on the pill and found out that they were pregnant 5 months later, this is what worries me so I need some reassurance that it’s not possible.
    Go to pharmacy and do a pregnancy test if you’re really worried or as I said GP, if it’s something like IBS gp could help with that. But it’s the only way you’ll really get any reassurance, I don’t think people on tsr can really do that.
    In terms of bleeding some people suffer from implantation bleeding when the egg implants into your uterus wall, but I’ve never heard of it being heavy or like a period, usually only light spotting.
    In the end it doesn’t sound like pregnancy and there’s absolute nothing to stop you doing a pregnancy test.
    Ps. My stomach sticks out when I breathe out too!.. possibly getting older tummy fat though! Haha.
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    Go to pharmacy and do a pregnancy test if you’re really worried or as I said GP, if it’s something like IBS gp could help with that. But it’s the only way you’ll really get any reassurance, I don’t think people on tsr can really do that.
    In terms of bleeding some people suffer from implantation bleeding when the egg implants into your uterus wall, but I’ve never heard of it being heavy or like a period, usually only light spotting.
    In the end it doesn’t sound like pregnancy and there’s absolute nothing to stop you doing a pregnancy test.
    Ps. My stomach sticks out when I breathe out too!.. possibly getting older tummy fat though! Haha.
    Thank you
 
 
 
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