Nobody can diagnose you over the internet, we can only give probable and possible causes. The main cause (if you read the preceding posts) is gas or food moving through your intestines. Given how scared you are you should get your parents to make an appointment with your doctor. At very least this will set your mind at rest.View Thread
You can get pregnant as quickly as any other couple. The pill does not mess up your system.
Although some women get pregnant the very first month bear in mind that the average time to conceive for couples (including those where the woman took the pill and including those who are following their cycle) is 5-7 months.
Every time you miss a pill (even just one ...) it can really knock your cycle off whack (as you've noticed). If you can't remember to take a pill every single day then staying on the pill is a waste of time because you're not getting full contraceptive cover. I suggest you go back to see your gyn and discuss other means of contraception that might be easier for you (ring, patch, shot, implant, iud...).
In the mean time,I would continue taking the pill as it is intended to be taken because stopping in the middle of the pack will only make matters worse.View Thread
There are many reasons this could be happening (endometrial atrophy, vaginal atrophy, fibroids, uterine polyps, endometritis, cancer, etc.) but only a doctor will be able to tell you why it is happening to you. Make an appointment today.View Thread
You can go to see an ob/gyn and pay out of pocket. You can also ask for payment arrangements. One thing is clear though, you need to see one because two months of bleeding is NOT normal (and you are probably also anemic because of this). Please make an appointment today. Yes, an appointment will cost money but think of the fortune that you're spending in tampons! View Thread
This may be a shot in the dark but have you considered that they might have gotten your swab mixed up with someone else's in the lab? Stranger things have happened (and the idea of 2 week old semen is MUCH stranger than that, given that the vagina is self-cleaning...). My bet is that the gyno tells you that you have, indeed, a yeast infection View Thread
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