Back in September I switched from the Depo Shot to the BC pill. However since September I have only had 2 periods, which I was told was normal when switching birth control methods.
I have not missed a single pill, however the last week has been strange. I have been peeing between 12-15 times a day, I have been so tired that it's impossible for me to do anything (I find myself dozing off every couple of hours), also about 3 days ago my breast began to get extremely sensitive and the Montgomery's tubercles on my nipples have become raised. I was curious if anyone in MD land had an opinion on whether or not I could possibly be pregnant and if not what it could be. I am scheduled to go to the doctor on Friday, but some opinions my help set my mind at ease.View Thread
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