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Missing birth control

By Anonymous June 13, 2010 - 10:05am
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So i take my birth control everyday as im supoused to.
I missed one day thoe and never took it, the next day i had sex
and the my partner never pulled out. He ejaculated twicee inside of me,
shortly after i took my pill.
Could i still have taken the risk of getting pregent ?

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I'm confused, as you said that you missed one pill and never took it.
Then, you had sex after you took your pill.

Can you clarify (by calendar date) what pill(s) you missed on what day(s), what pills you took, and when you had sex? What week in your pill pack were you in, when you missed the one pill?

June 13, 2010 - 6:20pm
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Anonymous (reply to Alison Beaver)

Sorry, oka i missed friday's pill. Then saturday is when i had sex
but after the sex i took my fridays pill.
still havnt touched the thursdays

June 13, 2010 - 6:36pm
(reply to Anonymous)

So, are you saying you missed two pills...Thursday's and Friday's pills? But, on Saturday you took Friday's pill. Did you also take Saturday's pill?

It sounds like you did this:
Monday: took Monday's pill
Tuesday: took Tuesday's pill
Wednesday: took Wednesday's pill
Thursday: missed
Friday: missed
Saturday: took Friday's pill (AND Saturday's pill??)
Sunday: took Sunday's pill??

If this is correct, go ahead and take Thursday's pill with your Sunday pill tonight (you can space them a few hours apart, or take at the same time with some food. Taking them together may cause a little nausea for some women; others do not have this symptom).

Let me know if I have any of the information incorrect!

June 13, 2010 - 9:09pm
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