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What are my chances of pregnancy?

By December 12, 2016 - 10:31am
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So, I began my oral contraception pills exactly two weeks ago (November 28th), but unfortunately, it slipped my mind because I just recently came off of the Implanon, and I am now 6 days late on pills. I did not miss these pills consecutively, nor did I take the missed pills as 12 hours passed. Two nights ago I had intercourse, where he ejaculated not by vaginal sex and then we began vaginal intercourse where he used the pull out method. My last pill should be on the 18th of December, but because of the missed pills, its now pushed to the 24th. Should I stop on the 18th? What are my chances of pregnancy?

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Hello Every,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. Thank you for reaching out to us with your questions, but you really must talk with your gynecologist.

There is a potential risk for pregnancy because you missed six pills and did not make up for the missed doses, correct. You had intercourse during this time and your partner used the withdrawal method, which is not reliable.

Your gynecologist will advise you regarding about taking the remaining pills and whether or not to order a pregnancy test.

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December 12, 2016 - 10:44am
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