Check the information insert for the brand of birth control period you're taking, or ask your pharmacist. "Spotting" or "break-through bleeding" may be listed as side effects, along with breast tenderness and so forth.
Rather than getting all worried, take a Home Pregnancy Test and look up that information about your pill.
You cannot have a true period and be pregnant. You can be pregnant and have bleeding that mimics a period. I'd suggest you see your doctor so you can figure out what's going on He or she can also do a pregnancy test.
Not all hymens are complete, or in other words, fully blocking the passage. Some can be partially torn or have a hole in the center. If that's true in your case, the sperm wouldn't be going through your hymen, but a hole or tear.
That's why it's essential to always use protection, even when just "messing around."
So many things can cause pregnancy-like symptoms, they're not a reliable way at all to diagnose pregnancy. Since Home Pregnancy Tests are 97% accurate, the chances of your being pregnant after two negative test are slim. However, you may want to get a blood pregnancy test done to be sure.
Is there any chance you could be pregnant? During pregnancy, you can have bleeding the mimics a period, but is usually lighter. You might want to take a Home Pregnancy Test and see. The bleeding won't mess up the test results.
Otherwise, I'd check with my doctor to find out what's going on.
It's way too early to test. Some Home Pregnancy Tests say you can take them up to five days before your period is due.
If you have a 30 day cycle, you're not due for your next period until July 21st. That means the earliest you can test would be July 16th, and even then the test won't be fully accurate until your period is due/late.
Many doctors recommend taking prenatal vitamins at a Preconception Visit . They don't increase your chances of getting pregnant, but they can help you and your baby get off to a healthier start when you do get pregnant.
Unfortunately, the odds are against it. Home Pregnancy Tests are 97% accurate. However if you're concerned, you may want to see your doctor for a blood pregnancy test to confirm or deny your pregnancy and figure out the cause of your symptoms if you're not pregnant.