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2 Weeks Without Birth Control

Hi there! Recently I ran out of birth control and went 2 weeks without it. When I received it I started using it again on Sunday, June 24. I ran out of birth control on June 11 and had a withdrawal bleed from June 13-15. Over the past 2 weeks I have had unprotected sex many times with my husband. Since then, I have been experiencing dull aching in my breasts and cramping on and off, back aches, and I'm just tired. Is it possible I may have ovulated and conceived within the week after my withdrawal bleed, or am I just experiencing side effects of starting my pill again? Thanks!

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Pregnancy symptoms differ from woman to woman and pregnancy to pregnancy; however, one of the most significant pregnancy symptoms is a delayed or missed period. Understanding the signs of pregnancy is important because each symptom may have causes other than pregnancy. You may experience pregnancy signs within a week of conception. Some women report that they did not experience any symptom for a few weeks. While implantation bleeding is often considered the first pregnancy symptom, the survey conducted by the American Pregnancy Association revealed that only 3% of women identified implantation bleeding as their first sign of pregnancy. Spotting or light bleeding: If pregnant, this symptom is usually associated with implantation bleeding and is considered one of the earliest signs of pregnancy. The embryo usually implants to the uterine between 6 to 12 days after conception. Some women will experience spotting as well as cramping. Other women do not even notice implantation bleeding or cramping, so don’t worry if you are trying to get pregnant and don’t experience these symptoms; you could still be pregnant.

hey, do you have an update on this? i have the same question as you!x

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