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Help please on Sunday I stared new pack of bc pills which is the 7pack. I never missed a pill on the 6pack. I'm worried because I never had intercouse in the first pill of all the new packs I have taken I always wait after the 7days I got very worried and

By March 4, 2015 - 1:54pm
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Took and EC that same day.

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Oh ok so I was confused this whole time. I thought it was every month.
Thank you for taking your time to answer my questions, I really appreciate it.

March 5, 2015 - 10:05pm

You know when you first start the pill pharmacist and doctors tells you to use a backup method for 7days and after that you are protected.i took EC because I had sex on the first pill of the 7th pack of pills. I did not miss any pill on the previous pack. I took EC because I wasn't sue if I was protected or if need a seven day wait or is it just on the beginning of the pack I'm confused.

March 5, 2015 - 10:28am

Hi Susan,
I'm sorry for making it diffcult to understand is that I'm sorry worried. Lethe tell you. So I been on BC since September never missed a pill in all my BC packs I'm in my 7th pack since Sunday. I took my pill at 8am and seen my bf at 1pm we had had sex he did used a condom but he ended up taking it off. When he came out he dropped sperm outside my leg and on the blanket. I got scared and took EC that same same at night thought another reason why I took EC is because it was the first pill of the first week of the 7th pack and it says to use an alternative contraception for 7 days. I usually wait after the seven days that's why I'm scared. Did I do ok by taking the EC, even though i haven't missed any pills not even placebo pills?

March 4, 2015 - 6:36pm
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