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Pill help please...

By June 29, 2010 - 11:07pm
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I am using a generic brand of pill from Wal-Mart.

I missed a pill. I took two the next day. I missed it the day after that. I took two the next day. The last two were the last in my pill pack.

I had sex without ejaculation the second time I missed my pill.

Its like this:

Thurs: Missed it, Fri: two pills, Sat: missed it AND had sex, Sun: two pills. End of active pills.

I will not have sex again until I have my period and start taking the pill again. I just wonder what the chance is that i could be pregnant NOW, and I wonder if I should be on the pill for a week after my period before having sex again.

I am just worried because I ended my pack, so I don't know if I got the chance to let the pill's effectiveness rebound. I remember that the doctor said it would take a full week of taking the pill for it to be in effect, when I *first* started three years ago.

I have been off the active pills for a day, and I am expecting my period in a few days. I am changing brands this month, though, so I am not exactly sure.

Thank you for your input.

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Yes,There is always a chance you could be pregnant.Missing pills and doubling the next day,is not a definate way to override the missed day.Also,if you are already pregnant,taking birth control pills will not terminate the pregnancy.Men produce,for lack of better words,pre-cum(the little bit of fluid that comes out when sexually aroused etc.).This fluid contains sperm.I would wait to see if your period comes in the next couple of days.Then agian missing your pills can make changes in the time your period comes.So this could be one of those wait & see situations.I wish you the best of luck!

June 30, 2010 - 12:39am
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