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Missed pill. Had unprotected sex during periods. Chances of pregnancy?

hi, i just had an unprotected sex while on my 2nd day of period during my monthly break on pill ... its been 7 mos since im taking pill from now... but my worry is i have started 1 day late to start my new pack again and take the pill as usual... i should be taking my pill on saturday but i taken it on sunday... and continued it as normal and no more sex from then on.. will i get pregnant because of not taking the pill at the right time?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

First of all, unprotected sex on 2nd day of period is very much safe and there is no chance of pregnancy at all. So you have nothing to worry here.

2nd thing, if you missed one pill, you must take 2 pills immediately after remember or next day and continue rest as per schedule. Combined OCP has highest effectiveness (around 99.9%) in preventing unwanted pregnancy if you take regularly on scheduled time.

Be well & take care.
Answered: Thu, 28 Jan 2016
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