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Quit birth control pill, having two periods in a month, frequent urination, cramps, headaches. Pregnancy chances?

I quit my birthcontrol because I have two periods in one month. But since then me and my boyfriend think I may be pregnant. It has been about a month or so since I quit. I have been peeing about every half hour to an hour. My have cramps that feel a little worse than my normal period cramps and they also go higher in my stomach . I ve been having slight headaches . No period yet but I had it twice last month. My nipples are a little sore if I brush over them but I can t tell if there s a color change. Please helppp
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Hello, well from the history you have given, yes you may have to rule out pregnancy.....i would suggest you to do a urine pregnancy test.....sometimes it could also be premenustral symptoms. ....If your urine test shows negative and still there is delay in your periods, then you may have to consult your gynaecologist for further evaluation.....hope i was helpful to you. ....
Answered: Sat, 7 Dec 2013
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