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my girlfriend has been on the pill for probably about a month and three weeks now. the pill is our only real method of contraception, but i also withdraw. we had sex on the fifth night of her taking the pill, and were nervous she was pregnant so she took plan b. after that on the 8th day of her taking the pill we had sex again. we have been having frequent sex since then. she experienced some problems with the pill mainly spotting frequently and a short first period after being on the pill. she has recently said that "her stomach feels bigger" and her nipples are tender, and sometimes she feels sick. while some of these are just kind of a bit ridiculous and out of nervousness i think (the stomach feeling bigger and that she sometimes feels sick, i think these two are cuz she has poor diet), i am a bit worried, even though i have read places on the internet that tender breasts and nipples are side effects of the pill. so mainly i just wanna like know our chances. they say the pill is 99% effective, and she's never missed a day and takes it on time every day. and i do withdraw, but i know that's not very effective cuz of precum. i just wanna know whether this is teenage worrying or actually a serious pregnancy. thanks for your help, all.

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It depends how fat gone she is but you NEED to do a pregnancy test ( two if you can afford it just to be sure ), if she is then the parents are the next people that need to know and, of course if you are desperate, so much that you can't sleep at night then an abortion is a last resort, but before you do, talk things through with her, you never know you may be a fantastic parent, many teenagers are, you know your the father thought unlike many other pregnant teenagers so consider yourself lucky on that front
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Some birth control pills are not effective for the first full month. Her gynocologist should have given her instructions on that. Also, in the paper that comes with pregnancy tests, it says to wait to until after a missed period. Otherwise, you could get a false negative because there is not enough HcG built up in her body for the test to detect.
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