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Inter-menstrual bleeding. On birth control, heartburn, nausea. Symptoms due to pregnancy or pills?

Hi I started birth control about 3 months ago, last month i had my period in the beginning of the month and didnt take my pills after and i had another period about 15 days after the first, i started taking my pills again after that but now i still havent started my period i took a pregnancy test and it was negative and so i took 3 days worth at once yesterday just in case and i hadnt eaten anything all day i later felt really weak and i had really bad heartburn and nausea , other than that i havent had any symptoms of pregnancy. Do you think i was sick because i took to many pills? Do you think i am late on my period because i am pregnant or because i had two last month or what? should i keep taking my pills?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Thanks for your query,
Birth pills have side effects like vomiting,nausea,missed periods,breakthrough bleeding,headache .
these symptoms will be disappeared shortly.
Since pregnancy test was negative,you need not worry.
Please do not skip birth pills,take these medication as per doctor's advice certainly.
If symptoms persist you better to visit your doctor.
Please take plenty of water and fluids.
Hope I have answered your question.
If you have any queries I will be happy to help you.

Answered: Wed, 2 Jul 2014
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