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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I had sex with my girlfriend on saturday around 8:30am, I ejaculated inside of her, she is on birth control but missed 3 pills total last month and this month however she has been spot on every day. Should we go and get plan b one step?
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
Doctor :   May I ask you a few questions pertaining to her birth pills ?
User :   Sure
User :   She is using ortho tri cyclen lo
User :   She has been using it for the past 2 years
Doctor :   Ok.
When was her last Menstrual period ?
User :   Her last period was on March 6th of this month
User :   It ended on march 6th
User :   Sorry
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   So she had menstruation roughly from 3rd March to 6th March , Right ?
User :   Correct
Doctor :   Are you worried about her getting pregnant after that, Has she missed any pills after that- 6th March ?
Doctor :   As before that menstruation proved she is not.
User :   No she hasnt missed any pills and has been exactly taking them properly. This is just a first time we decided to have sex without a condom and I want to make sure we are safe.
Doctor :   If that is the case and she has not missed a single pill , then there is absolutely no need to worry.
User :   Since her period was from the 3rd to the 6th and we had sex on the 12th would we be ok I guess is my primary question.
Doctor :   Yes absolutely fine , no issues at all.
Doctor :   No need for plan b.
User :   Ok, we really didn't want to go that route but I just wanted to check and make sure.
User :   Thank you for your help!
Doctor :   You are welcome.
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me
User :   No problem, thank you!
Doctor :   Take care
Doctor :   bye for now.
Doctor :   do you have anything else to ask ?
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