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Had unprotected sex while on the pill. Missed pills. Had bleeding. Could I be pregnant?

Hi my name is gemma im 18 and i recently had unprotected sex while on the pill ... He edjaculated in me. The only thing was that i had only just been put back onto the pills and was just starting that month. I have been taking my pill reguraly at 9-10pm at night. But have forgotten to take one and i have got a slight bleeding . Could i be pregnant ?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Mar 2016

Thanks for writing to us.

If you are first time pill user and starting for first month, then one missed pill will be quite risky for being pregnant if you involved in unprotected sex close to your fertile or ovulation day.

Another thing, you might get withdrawal bleeding due to sudden missing of one pill. It is quite early to confirm pregnancy.

I suggest you to take two pills on the very next day and continue rest of the pills as earlier. Do home pregnancy test if you miss your regular period.

Hope, it helps for you. Good luck and take care.
Answered: Mon, 28 Mar 2016
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