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Pregnancy Symptoms, but been taking Femulen?
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Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:16 PM
I have been on Femulen mini pill for the last 3 months, the last week I have been very emotional, soreish boobs, and although I haven't been sick, I have been feeling nauseous and extremely tired and my muscles feel sore, especially in my back.
I have taken Femulen late a few times and I have missed 1 or two tablets. I decided to take a chance but I now wonder if I have been caught out!! My period isn't due for about another 7/8 days so i know it's still very early to test.
Has this happened anyone else before? Is it possible to have preg symptoms before missed period? Does anyone know how effective Femulen is when you have taken it late or missed a pill?
I have also googled Femulen this morning and read somewhere that when you weigh over a certain amount that for it to be effective, you need to take two tablets. I am over the weight suggest by quite a bit but wasn't advised by the doc to take two tablets. Anyone else ever heard this?
Any help is appreciated!!
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