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Am I pregnant?! Hellllp me please!

By February 15, 2011 - 1:55pm
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I am currently on birth control. I had my period, and started a new pack Thursday. I took my pill on Thurs, but skipped Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and today. I also had unprotected sex, and got ejaculated in 1 time on Friday, twice on Saturday, twice on Sunday, and once on Monday (today). I am not avalible to take birth control tomorrow (Tues, Feb 15th). So I will have missed Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday AND Tuesday. Also, I am unavavlible to take my pill tomorrow (Wed) either. I am also on UTI medicine that decreases birth control. I have been on that since last Wednesday (around 7 days.. And I am still taking it) Is there a chance I'm pregnant?

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Do you think there is a great chance I could be pregnant? I wouldn't mind if I was.

February 15, 2011 - 7:50pm
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Hi Pinkgreen9,
As you seem to be aware of, you wait until your next period before restarting a fresh new pack of your birth control pills. As you also know antibiotics can decrease the effectiveness of oral contraceptives.
Between antibiotic treatment for the UTI and missed birth control, you have essentially not had effective birth control protection for almost 2 weeks, yet you have been sexually active.
There is a chance that you could be pregnant. You could take a home pregnancy test. Usually, for the most accuracy, babycenter.com recommends waiting a week after your expected period before testing.
If you want a quicker answer, I suggest you see your doctor or visit a Planned Parenthood office to get a blood test to determine pregnancy.
Here is the link to Planned Parenthood:
Hope this has been of some help.

February 15, 2011 - 6:59pm
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