Hi everyone, I registered here because I really need some informed answers. I am 14 weeks pregnant with my second baby. My first was only born 8 months ago and since my period never returned after his birth I didn't see a "missed period" in fact I hadn't had one in nearly two years. So anyway my doctor kept telling me just be patient its normal, and it should return any day now. After about another month and a half with still no period I finally took a test. I had taken one before but it came out negative so I decided the doc was probably right and stopped worrying for a little while. Anyway, this second one came out positive and the blood test said about 6 weeks along. Problem is this whole time that I had been figuring the lack of a period was normal I had been on the BCP (low-ogestrel). I still figured ok well thats only a month and a half, lots of ppl go that long without finding out so I wont worry too much. At my viability ultrasound yesterday the screen showed not a tiny peanut shape but a full well formed baby. Turns out I am more like 14 weeks along!!! So now I am really starting to get concerned. I mean I was on the pill for the ENTIRE first trimester!! I am really freaking out. Did i harm the baby. I am so mad at my old ob/gyn because if I am 3 1/2 months along that would put conception right at the time that I was taking my old pills that he prescribed me. The pills that he forgot to mention dont work after you stop nursing, which I had at that point. But thats neither here nor there. Whats done is done and the ultrasound yesterday showed everything that is visible looks normal and a healthy heartbeat but there is so much that cant be seen at this point. Does anyone have any information on how likely it is that the baby has been harmed by the pills. Thank you so much for your help and feel free to ** contact me via PM **. Make the subject line "birth control" so I dont accidentally delete it. Thanks again, I hope someone on here has some info that will help. **Message from Moderator, please dont post your personal details on the fourm. IE: email address (members can contact you via private message).