Pregnant on birth control WITH period still coming?

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It's been three months (I'm on my third pack of pills) since I began to take birth control for the first time (before I had sex with anyone for the first time, meaning I chose to wait until after I went on the pill so I could be sure I was protected since I don't want kids) and I had sex the days 14,15,19 of the first pack of pills. So, not only did I wait more than seven days (I waited two weeks exactly) to have sex, but I also used condoms every time I did it. Didn't had any more sexual relationships since then but I stuck with the pills because I've been noticing it did wonders for my back acne (my skin it's almost clear, except for my scars)

Anyways, my period came the 4th day of the sugar pills the first month of birth control and it's been like a clock since then. The next two periods came the exact same day, fourth day of sugar pills, a Tuesday.

It's super light. Lasts around four days, but it was never this light. I have to say though, they also helped my period pain, there has been times where I ended up passing out from the pain, and now, there's absolutely no pain at all. It's like magic.

But I am a little scared because my breasts are super big. I've read this is normal, and that it is to be expected if you are on the pill. At first they hurt a LOT. I could barely touch them. Now the pain is much less but when I touch my breasts I notice they have like... lumps? Not hard hard but noticeable at touch, and a little painful on the sides.

My questions are:

Could this be a sign of pregnancy along with the lighter periods?

Does the fact that my period came 2 times (since the last time I had sex) and those two periods were super super regular (meaning they came exactly the same day on the sugar pills week for the last two months) TOTALLY destroys the possibility of a pregnancy?

Can my period on birth control STILL COME even if I'M PREGNANT?

I'm worried. Please be patient.. I'm new at this.

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