Why I’m Not Pregnant After My Pill Gets Cut

The American conservative says a doctor’s decision to cut the caffeine and sodium in your medication is not the same as cutting your pills.

According to the website, “the doctor will decide what’s best for your health, not you.”

The article states: “You should not be pressured to make an unplanned pregnancy an option.”

Dr. Mary C. Martin, a OB-GYN in Houston, said she’s been told that cutting your medication might help reduce your chances of miscarriage.

She told Fox News that doctors have said to her that you have to make sure you get a good quality of care, like you have a good menstrual cycle, before cutting.

But she added that cutting pills can make it harder for women to get pregnant.

“You can see if you’re bleeding,” she said.

“So I don’t think that’s going to help.”

Dr Martin said that if you have no history of miscarriage or other complications, then it’s not worth the risk.

“I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone,” she told Fox.

“The risks of that aren’t worth the potential benefits.”